Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Borders on - Scrappy Bullseye top complete




There we go - top complete - I'm delighted, what fun. Easy to do, fast to finish what more can a scrap qulter want :o) Right better get back to the housework

10 comments:

Lois R. said...

Anne, I love the bullseyes. Do you make them like Jeanne at http://spiralj.blogspot.com/2006/06/bullseyes_02.html ?

PS. In case you don't check previous posts for new comments, I added a comment in your previous post about the trick to getting Lulu's Snuggly where you want it.

joyce said...

THe borders look perfect.

Fiona said...

Brilliant - what an excellent way to get circles without any difficult bits of sewing - v. important for me :-). I did scroll down to look at the snuggly - very bright and cheerful.

KCQuilter said...

What a stroke of genius in your border selection! It just makes the quilt. Congrats on a job well done!

Doodlebug Gail said...

Those borders look fabulous Anne. What a great choice you made.

Lily said...

Oooh it looks great Anne. I am handsewing some curved seams for my sampler quilt and oy it's hard!

Will have to check out how you made them - you said 'easy' right? LOL

YankeeQuilter said...

I am in awe of how quickly you pulled this one together! Love the fabric choice for the border.
Siobhan

Leah S said...

So adoreable! Another quilt to add to my endless list... ;)

Dawn said...

Gosh your scrappy bullseye is wonderful!

Marcie said...

Great quilt! I love the bright colors! Maybe I have been doing Civil War fabrics too long-I need to brighten up. Are the Civil War fabrics at all popular there?