Sunday, January 3, 2016

rosettes


Happy New Year everyone!

I realised that I haven't shown you this quilt finished. So pleased with it and soon it will on its way to its new home with my sister. Good thing she's patient as it was a birthday gift some years ago.

Once again, Joanne Knott worked her long arm magic. Nicely done.




Now that the crazy time has passed I can do some sewing. I thought it was high time I finished this project. Nearly there.

Quilt As You Go - a quilt for charity

13 comments:

  1. You have a very lucky sister! It's just gorgeous!

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  2. Wow! That is one stunning quilt and one very lucky sister you have. Enjoy your QAYG.

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  3. Your sister will be thrilled!! Love the quilting - she did a great job!

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  4. The quilting on you sister's quilt is indeed beautiful, and so is your perfect piecing! She will love it for sure! I really like the looks of the R/W/B charity quilt too. I'm sure you're not surprised about that. ---"Love"

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  5. Your quilt is beautiful and the quilting makes it so special. Your sister is so lucky to have it. Love the charity quilt, too, there are some wonderful fabrics in there!

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  6. Oh it's beautiful! Those are colors I always love in finished quilts, but rarely choose when making one. Not sure why...but I'm glad you did so I can share the joy!

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  7. I love this quilt Ann, its beautiful. xx

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  8. Do you use a sewing machine to quilt it? I am getting ready to quilt a T-Shirt quilt and my hands are not what they used to be and wondered about getting someone to quilt it for me.

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  9. Looks great! I must admit mine is still in the "to-be-quilted" pile...

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  10. Looks lovely! I'm sure your sister will think it was worth the wait. It looks like the charity quilt is well on its way to a finish. That's a good start to 2016!

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  11. Oh my gosh, I love that quilt!! I could be your American sister, if you are needing one. Everyone needs one, really.

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  12. Lovely quilt....Your sister should be so lucky.

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  13. I should think your sister could wait forever to be gifted this beautiful quilt, Ann. Sublime!!

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