I love the braid border. This made a gorgeous quilt. I even have most of those fabrics. Loved that line.
I've cut my fabric for borders, but i sure do love judy' braid border that is awesome!
Quilting My Rainbow
Wendy, Spudgrandma pointed me to your tutorial so thank you for posting this how to on the layout.
Donna, I love your Book quilt, what a neat idea.
JudyEE, WOW! I'm totally speechless! You've really made this MQ7 your own! Fantastic! You need to send a pic to Jenny Doan.
Thanks everyone for your kind comments and especially thanks to you Nana for hosting this MQ and giving us all a project where we could feed off each others' ideas and make the quilts. You're right Nana, I did buy the entire fat quarter collection, (34 fabrics), of September Lights at the Leavenworth Retreat in 2011 and have now, sadly, used most of it. But I guess that means I get to buy more fabric. Oh well.
JudyEE at the base of Mt. Rainier
Lcqulter46 your quilt looks great. Wish I would have seen this before I made my strips. Oh we'll. I can do that on the next quilt right ;)
lcqultr46:I called it Dragonfly Garden.
Beautiful job. I love all the motion in your quilt top.
I'm getting inspired by all your wonderful quilts to try and finish mine before everything has to be put away. I may have to go and buy some fabric for the border as I cannot seem to find a piece I was sure I had, darn poor me having to go fabric shopping... :(
Life is like a quilt...bits & pieces, joy & sorrow, stitched with love
I just finished my MQ7. Will get a picture posted as soon as I can get some help with taking a picture.
Carol W. in Arkansas
lcqultr46 this is one beautiful quilt. I love the friendship braid, it is a wonderful addition to the QST blocks. You all who did that block have really made your fabrics pop. I am thrilled with what I am seeing from all of you great designers. wow and wow-oh. I haven't missed an entry & there are just too many of us to mention all of them individually. I have posted on your Media posts as well. this is what I have ready step 3 with a frame. My borders are going to be a pieces piano border; I used the 9.5" pieces sewn together then cut them in half. I am playing with the idea of adding a piping or flange between the red ho ho fabric frame & adding the 2" eggshell (KONA)border to the strip of keys. My project is at Mother's & I have moved my little machine over there, so I am working on this three days a week. I have my big machine here at home to work other projects and embroidery. All of my customer jobs are out of here so I am having a fun time with my own wants.. lol here is what is done for step 3 Mrs. O's Mystery.
Caryl Anne ,gonna be a beauty . Barbara
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
Caryl Anne:here is what is done for step 3 Mrs. O's Mystery
Oh Caryl Anne. You are just as great a designer as anyone else. I love the way you put in the narrow pieces. It's going to be a beauty!
I can't believe the beauties that have been created from this mystery, the one we were disappointed with and griped about??? I guess it truly is Nana's Surprise! Thank you, Nana! :-)
I hope you're feeling much better.
All the finished tops are so very pretty! I desperately need to get mine done...it's going to be a Christmas present! Now, if only my stomach would allow me to sit at my machine. Stupid flu bug!