Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Dotty Spotty

Dotty Spotty is all finished :)


Quilted in diaganal lines


Srips of colour on the back so if it's used on the floor it wont show up too much dirt :)


Finished size is about 110cm. Overall happy with it. Still not sold on the unisex thing...
What do you think? Would you call this unisex?

And another thing.....how do you take good photo's of quilts?! Seriously, I suck at it lol! xox

21 comments:

Mary said...

Wow! Pinwheels and Dots....screams HAPPY!!!! Love it!

melissa said...

I love it and yes i think its suitable for either. love the back and the quilting.

Are you still keen to do the single girl and when is a good day?

Jodie said...

oh I love the back almost as much as the front - the quilting looks great.

ZippyZippy said...

Looks great,nice SRIPS on the back to - I like that you make up your own quilting terms :)
If I had a little pink one - that would be the sort of quilt she would have. I love the shots of the US bloggers - their quilts in the snow, don't think thats going to happen up there any time soon though. And thats all from me, catch u later

ZippyZippy said...

Back again - I really love the diagonal quilting too!

Samelia's Mum said...

I love this quilt. I think it's unisex. I have to say that I especially love the back. Makes it reversible. I need to play with my spotty fabric too :-)

lucyrogue said...

I think definitely unisex.
I also think definitely awesome.

bec said...

Gorgeous! I want one, please. And am so going to get some of those spots....

Bonnie said...

Oh, its SO pretty! The diaganol quilting really adds something special.

Tammi said...

It is adorable and definitely unisex. I love the back and the quilt detailing is amazing
Great job!

Lisa said...

Love it! Unisex quilts are hard but this definitely is unisex...

Julie said...

Definitely unisex Bianca. I like the back too.

Re: Quilt photos, I always try and get them in good natural light, not direct sunlight, don't use a flash and the clothesline is usually the best spot to get a full frontal. Position your camera level with the very centre of the quilt and they will be less distorted if you are trying to get a whole quilt shot, although sometimes distortion is good. I love using the macro setting on my camera for a few close ups. Hope that helps.

Ruby Star said...

As always Miss B you have out done yourself. The new bub - he or she will enjoy endless hours staring at those beautiful colours.

Seaweed and Raine said...

Looks so happy and fun! I think you could almost call it a boy's quilt - but could easly get away with it for a girl.
I have seen quilts draped over lounges before - which (If given enough light) seems to work ok. Have a play with it. Either way, it's a great quilt.

Kylie said...

It looks fantastic and yes definitely something that I would like if I was having a bub and did not know the sex.

Corrie said...

ohhhh I love it! hoping to duck up to SL tomorrow without the kids to get some of the fabric. It looks so amazing, I love the colour choices and the way you quilted it

corrie;)

howtobejenna said...

This quilt is so cute!! The back is absolutely adorable. I love it! Great work!

Samantha said...

totally unisex, and I totally love it. Very cool, modern quilt. After being at a craft expo yesterday and not one of the quilts there were as cool as this. Did I say I love it?

twocheeseplease said...

This is definitely unisex! It's GORGEOUS!

Actually, I wouldn't call it unisex - what I would like to call it is "MINE!"

Holly

CC said...

It looks great - the spots, pinwheels and quilting. All of it, really. I think it works well for a girl or boy.

Renee said...

I'm a bit late - but I LOVE this! I adore the straight line quilting you have done. For some reason I struggle to quilt straight lines but am fine with stippling - go figure!