Central Park Sudoku Quilt Top Finished!

So far, so good!  This is a sweet and simple nine patch quilt top, made from the Sudoku Quilt Kits Moda has put out for the Central Park collection–you do the sudoku puzzle inside, and that becomes the pattern for the quilt.  Super cute, and I liked that it let me kinda draw out the enjoyment–I could do a little at a time and extend the pleasure of working with these colors and prints.

Sashing is from Sugar Pop, and I LOVE the color it lends.  I assumed at the beginning that I’d sash with clean white Kona, but I decided that the Sugar Pop washed the prints out less and added a lot of warmth.

Getting ready to start the free-motion quilting today.  I’ve never made a quilt top that begged to be stippled in quite the way this one does, so that’s where I’ll be if you need me.

6 Comments on “Central Park Sudoku Quilt Top Finished!

  1. That’s a really fun idea – an interactive pattern! I love the color combo on this quilt.

  2. It’s absolutely fresh and lovely, Deborah! I have been really drawn to Central Park lately. And, that mod bud Sugar Pop print is a great basic. The two together is so happy!

  3. I’m using Central Park (and LOVE it!!) on the Block-a-Palooza quilt-along…I’m just wondering if I’ll have enough left to do this quilt…it’s beautiful, and I can’t wait to see it all quilted. I would never have thought to use that Sugar Pop color with this line, but after seeing how it looks, it’s just perfect! Great job!

  4. That is really pretty. I thnk the Sugar Pop is perfect, it makes it much more special than had you used white. Well done!

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