Done, done, and done!
I kept the quilting simple - wavy organic lines. (I love 'organic' lines. I meant to wobble. Really.)
And as higgledy piggledy colorful as this quilt is, the binding just had to be colorful, too.
I'll try to get a better final picture after the holidays. For now, it's done done done!
My Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2016 main event is complete! But since I still have a couple dozen piglets left over, I think I might just carry on making them for RSC2017, too.
One can never have too many piglets.
Linking with SoScrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday. Come see what everyone else is doing to finish up RSC2016, too!
I'm also adding a link to the first RSC finished rainbow quilt party. Come see what rainbows grow up to be!
Congratulations! Wow that was really quick.Kudos to you. I have FMQ only one block on my RSC2015. Ha! No borders on RSC2016 yet. But whatever. It'll get done when it'll get done. Enjoy the warmth of it, as it is so cold this weekend. ;^)
Congratulations on the fabulous finish! If the lines were all straight, they would be boring and not organic at all.
I love your pigglies!! Congratulations on a super fun finish. I think these are so stinkin' cute and may just have to make a piggy quilt with RSC17.
Your backing and binding for the piggies are just perfect! I was so happy when I discovered that quilting in wavy, organic lines was a thing! Now my quilting looks great - and so does yours!
Wow, wow and WOW!!! Great job on this quilt! Perfect border!!
Organic is so much easier that trying to do perfect straight lines. Congrats on your finish.
Way to go!
Congrats! on a FUN finish.
What a fun quilt, and I love your setting. The organic wavy lines are great too, a perfect way to bring it all together. Wonder what will happen to the rest of the piggies?
Gayle, that turned out just darling! And that binding is just icing on the quilt;)
Thank you again for making the piglets come alive. What a great finish! And hopefully only one of many piglet finishes in your future.
I love it! Such a fun and beautiful quilt! Congrats on a wonderful finish!
Congrats on that finish organic lines and all. It's soooooooo cute. Now how are you going to top that???
Fantastic finish... great looking fun quilt too.
The wavy lines are perfect for the helterskelter piglets. They just never stop running.
What a darling piggy quilt. The wavy lines are perfectly! (I love using 'me too). You did a great job, and I look forward to seeing more of your piggies and their antics!
Great finish! Organic quilting is perfect!
FInished already?!?! That was fast! Love the scrappy binding!
And the little one said "WHEE, WHEE, WHEE!!!!" all the way home. This quilt is just SO much fun - congratulations!!!
My favourite quilts are whimsical ones....which means I love this quilt!
Glad to hear you're going to keep making piggies. I have enjoyed seeing each new one! This quilt is the cutest!!
Super fabulous finish. That was done right all the way round!
Oh hurray! It looks like such a happy quilt; I'm glad at least some of your piggies have found a home. Or maybe they haven't? They're running higgledy-piggledy all over the hills!
Oh, what a great piglet quilt!!. I hope we get to see the whole quilt.
Congrats on finishing up your pretty piglets. It's such a fun quilt!
This is one adorable quilt! I wasn't sure about the pigs when you first started them, and then when you had them laying out side by side I still wasn't sure, but cutting the squares so the pigs are at an angle going up and down the hill -- perfect!
I recognize lots of names in your comments from the RSC2016~!
I love your piggy quilt and my 4yo grandson looking over my shoulder yelled-hey, those are piggies! Nice work accomplished! (I quilt organic, too! lol)
Flying pigs are just so much fun. Congratulations on a great finish.
It's a piglet parade! Or maybe a piglet scramble? Watching the piglets has been so much fun. Congratulations!
I really like your layout and the fabrics you chose. Such a darling and inviting quilt.
Beautiful finish. Looks like those piggies are having a blast.
So darling. I never noticed that the piglets were running uphill and downhill. That gives the perfect movement to this fun, fun quilt.
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