Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Liberated Wedding Rings




This little liberated wedding ring topper is from a Minneapolis Modern Quilt Guild challenge.  It is a UFO that you've seen before but it is now finally finished.  This project began with 2 1/2 x 22" strips of black and white fabrics that we swapped with other members and were allowed to add just a single colored kona to.
 


I finished it a month or so ago but missed last month's meeting for either another meeting, a sick child or baseball and will miss this month's due to band preview night so decided not to wait any longer to share. 


This is just but one of many UFOs on a very long list... so here's to getting a few things done this summer!

I'm linking up with Quilt Story's Fabric Tuesday post...check out the big list of finishes others are sharing today!

7 comments:

Carla said...





The fabrics you used really make this pattern pop and it's very lovely!

Poppyprint said...





What a fabulous mini! Well done!

Nann said...





Do Liberated Wedding Rings indicate an open marriage? LOL!
I really like the design.

(BTW, I (re)found your blog from the Alpha Gam bloggers ring.)

Needled Mom said...





Very nice. I have always loved the black and white with green.

June D said...





Great color choices!

Shasta said...





This is beautiful! Great concept and wonderful colors. Congratulations on a great finish.

Marsha said...





Very nice. I'm starting to see that green around town, you're on the front side of the trend.

Remember the planters you were interested in and were inquiring if Hirshfield's had a finish for them? I saw them (or something very similar) outside a store and the bottoms had started to look rusty and corroded. I thought of you when I saw them. Can I remember which store? No.