Donna, it is gorgeous and yes, I would not hesitate to give or receive such a beautiful quilt.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
Donna, the quilt is gorgeous I would love to have gotten that as a wedding gift.
marsha, very pretty quilt.
gini in north idaho
Donna: Give me your honest opinion. Would you give it as a wedding gift?
absolutely, it is going to be stunning when quilted and it is a perfect wedding quilt nice job.
Your quilt is gorgeous. I know that I would love to own it.
Donna:Give me your honest opinion. Would you give it as a wedding gift?
Absolutely! It's beautiful!
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
Donna:Would you give it as a wedding gift?
Very beautiful quilt, I'm sure Sarah will love it.
Thank you all for your wonderful comments. You have encouraged me to keep going with it. I wanted it to be perfect for Sarah, but she will have to settle for the best I can do. Thanks again everyone.
Donna ,I love it ,you are braver then I would ever be, this pattern scares the daylights out of me ..LOL I just know your daughter is going to love it .Barbara
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
Marsha, pretty quilt
Donna, your star is beautiful
Donna, I love it! You are right, you don't want to make it so perfect that they wouldn't realize you put so much of yourself in it! Anyone can buy a quilt, not so many wouyld put the many hours into making one that is so difficult to make lay flat!! I have always wanted to make something like this, but don't do well when so many points ending up in the same place. You give me the desire to tackle one myself.
Such a beautiful gift made with love.
Marsha - Western New York
Am about to start my personal marathon quilting session. Thanks to my therapy session Tuesday, I am a lot less stiff this morning and ready to start. Machine is on, set, and ready for me! During the night I remembered where the MQ5's border fabric was. There is enough for the backing, so quilt number one is ready to sandwich and quilt. Only half will fit on the table at a time for pinning, but that worked for the MQ5 I donated last fall, so it should work for this one. I am going to just stitch in the ditch on these for simplicity. I seem to be getting faster with FMQ, but will stay with the tried and true for these because I need to get them done so quickly.
Off to the machine!