The Quilter: Quilting with Malke

Ricky Tims Kaleidoscope Quilt for my Daughter

Posted on: July 6, 2009

Hi.  I haven’t written much in too long, sorry.

I have been busy trying to work on a lap quilt for my daughter.  She said that her house feels too dark and depressing (this after a trip to sunny Florida) because she has decorated in dark colors.  I used the ricky tims kaleidescope method and made her the begining of the quilt.  I really enjoy this pattern and have used it for my newly married daughter’s chupa [wedding canopy].  I got stuck when I had to do the borders, but I’ve solved this lingering problem and hope to work on it this week.  Going to post a picture when im finished, but here is the center:

Ricky Trim Kaleidoscope Quilt

Ricky Tims Kaleidoscope Quilt

4 Responses to "Ricky Tims Kaleidoscope Quilt for my Daughter"

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the fabric used in the corners. I think it works perfectly with the kaleidoscope fabrics. Gorgeous!!!
-Michele

Thank you! You can find the fabric here: http://www.sew-materialistic.com/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=1290 I actually sell a lot of the fabrics I use in my quilts. Not by design, just because I like what I sell😉

hi– i think that’s a great quilt—colors are happy!!!
i’m a quilter who has been ‘playing’ for the past 20-25 years,and i thought that it might be fun to do a blog—and maybe sell a few quilts.
i googled something —i don’t remember what exactly—but it had to do with starting a blog and you were the first thing that popped up. not only was it a quilting blog, but it was a JEWISH QUILTER!!!! i was so happy that i just had to sign up for your blog, and i look forward to seeing what you are doing since i now see that your work is so good—an added bonus to my web surfing surprise.
i may just put my blog on hold and follow yours!!!
thanks—susey

hi– i think that’s a great quilt—colors are happy!!!
i’m a quilter who has been ‘playing’ for the past 20-25 years,and i thought that it might be fun to do a blog—and maybe sell a few quilts.
i googled something —i don’t remember what exactly—but it had to do with starting a blog and you were the first thing that popped up. not only was it a quilting blog, but it was a JEWISH QUILTER!!!! i was so happy that i just had to sign up for your blog, and i look forward to seeing what you are doing since i now see that your work is so good—an added bonus to my web surfing surprise.
i may just put my blog on hold and follow yours!!!
thanks—susey

p.s. i just went to your archives and there was a message that you are not well—i hope that you will be ok

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