okay, I am opening up this thread for you to post the pictures of your Ugly Fabric Quilt contest Quilts. I am requesting very sincerely that you only post the pictures here - please continue to discuss the quilts over in the other thread. I am doing this because I want the Judges to have an easy time to come in to the forum and look at your quilts. We do not have a group set up for this or a media photo place - hopefully we will be able to do that for future contests where you have to submit photos...
What is needed!
1) a picture of your quilt
2) a picture of the original ugly fabric
3) a measurement so that the judges can know that your quilt measures the 50x60 required measurement.
4) make sure you post the best possible picture of your quilt -
a) try pinning it to a curtain so you get it straight all the way around
b) if you have a design wall - pin it to that
c) lay it on a bed and make sure it is as straight as possible
5) make sure that you have only used up to 4 additional fabrics
thank you for participating and Good Luck to all contestants - I wish I could win anyone of the prizes...
the back, using up all the ugly
both of the uglies. gini
the quilt is exactly 50 by 60 inches, and i used up two ugly fabrics plus two other colors. gini
gini in north idaho
The ugly fabric:
It is 50 x 60 (not including the legs!). I used 1/2 yd of the ugly fabric and 4 add'l fabrics.
Here is the ugly fabric:
And here is the quilt top. It measures exactly 50 x 60 inches. (I'm shocked. I thought I would need to add another border.)
Measures 50 x 60
Close up of block. 2 additional fabrics used.
Here is the fabric. Below is the top which measures 50x60
Here's my ugly fabric --
and here's my quilt -- it measures 50 X 60
Carol W. in Arkansas
50 x 60. My second version was not quite big enough so I didn't post it.
50 X 60 I used 4 other fabrics..
here is my ugly fabric and quilt. i have had trouble getting this inserted to this thread.
Here goes. It's only 9:20 pm pacific time.
I forgot. It does measure 50x60.
What a beautiful transformation. Good choices all the way around!. Thanks for the inspiration. Jan
The finished quilt is beautiful!!!