Wednesday, November 26, 2008

summer in november




I just finished this for a client who liked the Stephanie and Christian auction quilt I made several months ago. I believe it is for her daughter who is away at college, living in the dorms, in a snow filled state, far from her southern California home. "Summer in the City*" sounds just about right. Also, I'm told this co-ed loves orange and turquoise. Happy warming.
*fabric: summer in the city by urban chicks for Moda

16 comments:

jennifer said...

This is gorgeous; that is one lucky coed. I think I had a comforter from Shopko my freshman year?

How many quilts are you doing for other people? It sounds like you have quite a business going. So neat!

Sarah said...

Thanks Jen. I don't have any "on the books" right now. I do custom orders occasionally, like this one, but no pre-made inventory.

Emily said...

it's so great.

Lindsay Kay said...

Of course I'm a Bigger fan of this one.:)

pam said...

What college co ed wouldn't love that cute orange and turquoise quilt! If you are wondering why I spelled co ed without a hyphen it is because this computer has a Spanish keyboard and I can't find the hyphen. I am lucky to have found the period and comma! I can't find the parentheses either, so that is why the parenthetical phrase doesn't have parentheses!

Elizabeth said...

What a beautiful gift! The young lady will be so delighted and I'm sure her mother is tickled to give it to her.

Your quilts are stunning, Sarah!

Neil and Diana said...

Beautiful, Sarah.

JenJ said...

I LOVE this!

Rachel said...

Awesome quilt! Would you please share your pattern?

Thanks!! :)

wendy said...

So pretty.

Sarah said...

Rachel,
check comments in "jump" post below for quilt directions.

John & Jessica Skiba said...

Beautiful! You are so talented. If you don't be careful, you will have a multi-million dollar quilt making business in the making.

Bee said...

I found your Blog from Blue Lily Photography. Darling family photo.
LOVE your quilts! I want..I want..I want! You have done a great job. How long does one quilt take to make? Will you re-post directions. I don't understand where to find them. What is "jump" post.
Back to your quilts. Awesome color combo's. You are very talented!

Bee said...

A little more searching and I found it! I understand the "jump" post!
I agree posting these on the side bar would be helpful. Hurry up and do it! J/K I'm sure your a busy Mom with lots of balls to juggle!
Thanks for sharing your wonderful quilts!

Sarah said...

Thanks Bee! Hope the directions make sense. I really need to get on that sidebar posting thing. It seems more complicated than it probably is.

♥Lucky♥Holly♥ said...

dear sarah,
i love your work!
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