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Doing a pineapple quilt is on my wish list, but it keeps moving down the list as easier projects pop up. I look forward to seeing your quilt Mishii.
Here’s one that I recently made. Just needs its label and then into the case for when I go to New Zealand in May for the foster kiddies.
Mishii, you are a big tease!! I was expecting a photo of a smushed pineapple NOW, not later after you get all 573843 border strips put together. I could die of old age by then .....
That is super-adorable!
I really don't like wasting hours of work so I figure non quilting people won't know that it really isn't supposed to look like that. I'm going with the story that my pineapples fell off the truck....slightly flattened, a little bruised, some badly mangled, but still fun.
Geez, you're hysterical. :-) Since I am MUCH YOUNGER than Judy in Ohio, I can afford to wait ever-so-patiently for the promised photo. :-)
Every time I look at a pineapple quilt, my eyeballs go bonkers. The pattern just seems to jangle my nerves no matter if it's a planned color scheme or scrappy, so it is nowhere on my list of quilts to make. Lordy knows I have enough on that list already. The lack of a pineapple quilt isn't going to be a big hole.
I was sitting next to Colene at that retreat and just loved that quilt. She did have a special ruler and it looked like it really made those blocks easy to do.
That is a beautiful quilt!
Thanks Ami. It did take me a while to get my head around the cutting, sewing, re-cutting, re-sewing and then cutting again and then sewing it together to make sub-units. The instructions threw me a bit but did finally get the hang of it. Quite a few mistakes in there, but as it is so busy, it’s not really noticeable.
Thanks Judy. I now have my son’s girlfriend giving it a try. Her colour scheme is pinks, greys and a spot of cream. Should look good when done.