Crosscut n more


approx 30" x 30"
I have been super busy with county fairs and have a few other irons in the fire so.....did not have much of a chance to get a great pic of my crosscut quilt. This is from the crosscut quilt along by Debbie at A quilter's table on IG.  I decided to post my pic anyway. 

I made the light background blocks and decided to add a frame of the opposite and i really love it. (that is the more)  Wish my quilting was up to par. 

Oh and i tried to quilt up the binding. 
before quilting

I did sort of a scribble on the binding with different colored threads. 

Such a fun project so shout out to Debbie!!

linking up with Needle and thread thursday with Kelly @My quilt infatuation
and 
Confessions of a fabric addict for @Whoop Whoop Friday

Comments

Debbie said…
oh this turned out SO nice! How clever(!) to use both the LV and darker blocks - I love the finished look! And yay for the quilting on the binding - I've only tried that once, but would like to explore it more.... Thanks so much for joining in the QAL!
Cattinka said…
I like the way you used different backrounds, this turned out very pretty.
KATRIN W.
Sue said…
I love what you've done with this design! It's harmed in no way by the fact that hot pink is one of my very favourite colours...
Wendy Tuma said…
This is really cute! I really need to give this a go. I like the contrasting blocks too. Wendy at piecefulthoughts@gmail.com
Sarah Craig said…
Kris, I absolutely love this version of the crosscut quilt! The darker blocks on the outside, the slightly off-centeredness - it's perfect!!! Whoop whoop!!
Kate said…
Beautifully done! Very dramatic effect.
Bonnie Preslar said…
Oh this is great!! Very dramatic!
Steffi said…
Wunderschön, ich bin infiziert und mache mich dann auch mal an die Nähmaschine!
Liebe Grüße
Steffi
Debbie said…
Can I share a photo in an upcoming blog post of my own?
Sophie Zaugg said…
I love how you framed the light blocks ! Very inspiring ...
Beatrice said…
Love your idea for the border!

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