Made from the pattern based on the Elm Creek Quilter's books.
WOW!!!!! Great job Nana. Would you hold it up please so I can see your border better???
wow, that's beautiful!
Marge I will have to wait until I have someone here that can help hold it up for me. I will post a pic of the borders in the work on a guilt thread later.
Oh my gosh Nana! It's gorgeous!
How beautiful. How big are the blocks? How long did this take you?
Nana, I love it!!!! Did you make a block after reading each book?
Marque this one took me about 2 yrs but only because I got tired of working on it and set it back for awhile. The blocks are 6".
Linda I haven't actually read all of her books. There is a pattern book with all the blocks in it called Sylvia's Bridal Sampler. We started a group here and worked on the quilt together.
stunning to say the least! just wondering how many hours you have logged into it. i'm just amazed by it.
Is2116 I have no idea how many hours went into this one. I just know that it was a bunch...LOL>
It's very beautiful.
Its stunning, i have the book for this one but havent attempted it yet, i think i might and see if a group starts up again so i can have some moral support. Yours is wonderful inspiration.
lots of love
this is beautiful i love to do samplers they are so challenging and each block is different so you never get bored. who gets this lovely quilt on their bed.
This is just gorgeous! It might be fun to make a block or two for this out of the fabrics from each quilt I make from now on... Even if it does take a few years!! I am so inspired by what you've done.
A labor of love... what an accomplishment!
Beautiful quilt Nana, It is quite a feat to do that many 6" blocks, but they are so additive. The Farmers Wife quilt was that way for me. But I was happy to have finished it.
Nana, what a beautiful quilt you have made. How long did it take you to make that particular quilt? The colors are just stunning! Congrats!
Nana, what a gorgeous quilt. My daughter printed out all the patterns and instructions from Jennifer Chiaverini's website when it was first available. She placed each pattern and instructions in sheet protectors into a binder and gave it to me for Christmas. Later I purchased the Elm Creek Book for my collection. It is a dream to complete my very own "Sylvia's Bridal" quilt one of these days. I just hope that it is half as pretty as yours. What I can see of your border, it is a lovely finish!!!! Thank you for sharing.
Nana, Im a little late in seeing and posting about your amazing work of art. It is just beautiful!!! It is inspiring me to want to do one of my own, even if it takes years. Susan