I absolutely loved doing this quilt and I can hardly wait to get it bound and on the bed. Yellow and blue can always bring me out of a slump. I got most of the fabrics at Holly Hill quilt shop in Oregon a couple of years ago. I designed for days on my bamboo tablet and just had a ball. The pieced geese border was actually able to be done without stopping. It took awhile to figure out the stitch path but once I discovered it, I was able to sew it out very quickly.
Oh my GOSH - that quilt is beautiful...the quilting is stunning - I love it!!ReplyDelete
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When I have received confirmation from all three recipients that they will accept the award I will post a message on my blog and send you a Liebster button to proudly display on your blog.
Viki...You are a whirlwind....you make me dizzy with the amount of work you achieve...your quilting has always been such an inspiration to me!
Kay in Scotland
Absolutely fabulous quilting!ReplyDelete
I had to go back and look at the post of this quilt when it was still just a top, beautiful, but mostly full of potential! And you really made it look it's best, I am stunned, if the saying" the quilting makes the quilt" is true, this is the proof!ReplyDelete
Oh it is absolutely wonderful! I love, love the quilting!ReplyDelete
Your quilting has turned a simple quilt design into a fabulous piece of work. The colours show it all off beautifully!ReplyDelete
PS Thank you for visiting my blog-------I had to come and peep to see who you were didn't I? :o)
Have added you to my list now!