Debbie-do, your quilt is very very nice. I'm sure your music minister will appreciate it even a year later. I means you took time and care to do it right.
Angèle from NWO
Wow Marsha, not only do you make so many quilts, but they are all different. Your choice of pattern and your color blends are great. Each one makes me smile. I like your idea of rounded corners for wheelchair quilts. I never thought of that, but its true that they wouldn't get caught in the wheels as easily. You deserve a medal or something for being so generous with your time and quilts.
That is a marvelous quilt for your music minister and family. I know they will smile when they received it and remember the church family. What a great keepsake for them.
What wonderful quilts and such a nice project. They will certainly get a lot of use this winter.
Love you chocolate mint quilt....yummy!
Adorable table topper.
You have been busy with all the tops. Your disappearing nine patch looks great.
Here is my project for the next few days. My friend who brought 22 quilts here while back left this one and one more for me to do. Takes me so much time to do the custom ones. I'm slow. :-)
Romona ,this is a beautiful quilt I love how she did this , can you find out what pattern she used ?
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
The layout was called Interlaced Blocks. She bought the layout pattern from a quilt shop in Akron, OH called "A Piece In Time"(www.apieceintime.com). The pattern shows the layout and the piano key border. As for the alternate block that she used, it was just a block pattern she liked.
Glad you liked it.
Thanks Ramona , it i a beautiful quilt . I love the lacy looking blocks she used they are so gorgeous .She really did a fantastic job on this quilt
Romona, that is a very pretty quilt and I'm sure your quilting will make it even more so
Ladies, I was at the not-snooty-at-all quilt shop in Prescott Valley the other day and saw some fabric that reminded me of you girl's discussion of like half-naked fireman fabric and stuff. It was western theme, with a shirtless cowboy. I'd of taken a picture to show y'all but my wife was looking at me funny.
Beyond that, I'm finishing up my knee quilt for myself (tractors), and lining up Christmas gift to-do stacks. Table runners and various small mats it looks like.
Lord please bless me with more years, for I have many projects planned, and a mighty stash accumulated.
Debbie, your music minister and his family will surely cherish this beautiful quilt! Good job!
Here is what I have so far. I'm glad you have faith in me. LOL I am slow