Marsha, all of the quilts are beautiful, bless you for making them. My favorite is your favorite, the way you finished the corners on the top is unique and I love the angled corners on the bottom. Your use of the border print is amazing, wish I could think outside the box like that. Great job on all!
Ramona, lovely quilt, lovely quilting! Slow and easy does it all the time. Good job!
Joe:Lord please bless me with more years, for I have many projects planned, and a mighty stash accumulated.
Joe, I love this. As I look around my stacks of fabrics and in-the-planning projects, I think "All I want for Christmas is enough years to use it all up". Of course that won't ever happen as I keep buying more fabrics, seeing more projects I can't wait to try.
Just starting a new quilt (others aren't finished yet but, Oh Well). It's a design I made after taking the EQ7 Scrappy class this summer at Quilt U. I think it will be my "virtual" Leavenworth Retreat project.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
Wow! I'm so impressed! Beautilful quilts, I'm not jealous at all! Lol!!
Thanks for taking the time to share, it's inspiring to see quilts that have been made!
Lindsey, UK, England
Happy stitching :-)
This is a really good prayer, Joe. And I agree with you and Judy 200%. I'll be so happy if I can use up what I have. But then I see a new line of fabric and a wonderful pattern that I just can't resist and off I go again, buying more fabric. I started stock piling cut Christmas gift kits too. I'm using them as leaders and enders between different larger projects. Have a wonderful quilty day everyone.
Thank you! Yes, slow and easy :-)
MaggieNae - What a great quilt! Such a simple concept but really lovely!
Nice work on your spiral table runner and placemats, Donna.
Mimi, the pictures you posted on the "minis" from the quilt show are awesome! I can't imagine doing anything that small.
Oregon Pam - great work on your bulldog quilt.
Nice disappearing 9-patch Brigit Carol. I was playing around on Craftsy today and watched the lesson on the disappearing 9 patch. Yours is great.
Jody S - I absolutely love the fabric you used in your cat quilt!!!
MaggieNae - what a great fabric combination in your Country Comfort quilt. I probably would have never thought of combining those but they work really well together.
That's a great reversible table topper, Annie!
Very nice quilt for the music minister, Debbie. I am sure he will love it.