Wonky Wonk Quilt Finished as September OMG

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31 Responses

  1. Susan Nixon says:

    Excellent! Your wavy quilting is wonderful, I think.

  2. Congrats on the fun finish. Your organic quilting looks great, nice texture.

  3. patty says:

    Great quilt. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.

  4. Hi Roseanne, I really like your Wonky Wonk quilt! I hope that you’ll come by to post it on Free Motion Mavericks this week. We’re having a big 300th post celebration!

  5. What a lovely quilt, great job on the quilting.

  6. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Checking in Roseanne to say how much I like your Organic (:) quilting lines. I think they look perfect and they will be in my future I think.

  7. Kathryn says:

    Looks absolutely fantastic and I love the quilting on it Roseanne. It’s always hard deciding what kind of quilting to do isn’t it.

  8. While I am very fond of polka dots and the quilt they were on I think yours is equally as beautiful! Great third quarter finish!

  9. Roseanne I love it! What a wonderful finish. The quilting is perfect for this quilt and I especially like your binding choice.

  10. Wonderful quilt – and oh! The lucky baby. The curvy quilting is perfect (an inspiration for one of my quilt tops)!

  11. Wonderful all the way around! I love the wonky blocks and the wonkly line quilting…Wonky Squared! Congrats on the OMG achievement – always feels good to check that off the list.

  12. Nancy Bekedam says:

    What a super cute wonky quilt!!! Great job on the quilting, too!!!

  13. Such a fun children’s I spy quilt and the organic wavy quilting is perfect! Thank you for linking to TGIFF!

  14. Wonky Wonk – fantastic finish!
    🙂

  15. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, This quilt turned out amazing!!! I honestly am looking forward to making my own quilt using this pattern and doing a wonky quilting line. Whoever does become the owner of your quilt will be thrilled and spend years wrapped in your love and “wonkiness”. Thank you for sharing this quilt success with us. It is another one of your many quilts that have inspired me! Have a fantastic day!

  16. YEAH!!! The finish is fantastic!!!! And the “organic” waves are the perfect way to finish. AND … you are finished before the end of the month!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  17. I love the wonky quilting…especially when two lines cross to form an elongated shape between them. Can’t wait to try it!!!

  18. Rochelle SUMMERS says:

    A great looking quilt. It looks a little windblown with the wonkiness and the wavy lines. It will find the right home at the right time. Congrats for getting in completed!!

  19. I absolutely LOVE this quilt! I have those leftover charms from the Sweet Star quilt I finoshed i August, so this is certainly a contender for what to do with them! Love the quilting too.

  20. lenneamw says:

    Great looking quilt! FMQ does not need to be complicated to look fabulous!

  21. Wonky Wonk is just so bright a cheery – I love the whimisical way it is set – such a happy quilt!

  22. So fun to see those little dancing blocks in the quilt, and the wavy lines were a great idea. Yay for the finish!

  23. Cute quilt. – Wonky is a good name for it!

  24. chrisknits says:

    It is adorable!!! I love it in all it’s wonkiness, even though I am a very symmetrical soul. LOL

  25. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Love it! And the wave quilting is perfect! Great finish!

  26. Wonky Wonk looks wonderful, Roseanne! I like the criss-crossing wavy lines, too – that’s my favorite way to quilt! Love the picture of your quilt hanging on the line.

  27. MaryR says:

    This is a very cute quilt and the quilting design you chose suits it perfectly!

  28. Preeti says:

    Down is Up, Wonky is the New Normal and Might is Right. Anything can happen – it is 2020. With such a backdrop it is soothing to see a cheerful quilt like yours with all the pretty prints and the playful layout!!! Hope you have a great weekend. Hugs.

  29. Oh I love it! It makes your eye search out the colors and shapes! Happy sewing!

  30. Laura says:

    Such a sweet, fun child’s quilt, Roseanne! You made a great choice in how you decided to quilt it! 🙂

  31. vicki in MN says:

    It looks great. I have trouble with the wavy quilting too, I felt like mine never looked random. I see people doing this all the time, it should be simple!

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