This weekend I finally got around to photographing the McCall's Mystery quilt that was finished Easter weekend.
|Vintage Tea Time (McCall's Mystery Quilt) From McCall's Quilting Magazine|
Jan/Feb, April/May issues
This quilt was started in January of 2012 and was my third oldest UFO. So it's nice to have it off the UFO list. When I saw the pattern in McCall's quilting it seemed like a great way to use up that tea pot print that had been languishing in my stash.
Usually I have problems coming up with names for my projects, not this one. My Guy has been referring to it as the "Old Ladies Quilt". He's not fond of the tea pot focus fabric. He agreed that "Vintage Tea Time" was an appropriate alternative.
Trudy used a floral motif in yellow thread for the quilting.
It's a bright and sunny quilt. I really like how the blue borders frames and contains all that bright yellow. Not sure where this quilt is going yet. It's a bit big for a donation quilt, but hopefully I can find a some place where it will be loved and appreciated.
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