Sonja's quilt is simply stung. She choose 1930 reproduction fabrics. The border is pieced cone shapes. What a treasure. Unfortunately It was hanging in the window, so it was hard to get a good picture.
JoAnn used scrappy whatever she had, then tied it all together with her blue sashing and cornerstones. A beautiful quilt made from what she had on hand.
Linda used 1800 reproduction fabric for hers. I have seen it on her bed where it looks stunning. It perfectly compliments the decor in her bedroom.
Roxy used batiks and then set them together with dark sashing and light insets. Wow!
Carla is well under way with hers. She has used a Kate Spain fabric with white background and sashing. A very modern take on Farmer's Wife. Simply smashing!
Last of all, my quilt. I am so pleased with how it turned out.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the quilt-a-long, and thanks to the women who came out Saturday to cheer us all on! The quilts will be hanging at Katja's till tomorrow afternoon so hurry on out and check them out.
fantastic, wish I could have seen them in person!ReplyDelete
Beautiful quilts! Great workmanship! Lovely comments from all the people we've had through this week!ReplyDelete
Thanks Linda for creating this event. You've done another great job on your quilt and on your blog. I hope to get my quilt done one day but am afraid I may not measure up after seeing these quilts.ReplyDelete
Very inspiring! I am encouraged to work on mine more. I like the little applique flower in yours. I should put a hexie flower in mine to replace one of the harder blocks : )ReplyDelete
Great work ladies !!
Lots of wonderful quilts!ReplyDelete
Fabulous job ladies, they are all beautiful...ReplyDelete
Fantastic show and tell! So glad i dont have to pick a favorite. Great job done by all.ReplyDelete
Oh WOW!! Thanks for sharing these gorgeous quilts , all different and all beautiful. Your quilt is stunning , indeed you should be pleased !!ReplyDelete
Wowwww!!!! Linda great job!!! I proud of you for sticking with it!!!! A lesson I need to learn:):) awesome quilt:);)ReplyDelete
Lovely quilts. I like it when people use different colors to make the quilts 'their own'.ReplyDelete
Your pictures are fablous Linda but seeing these masterpieces in person was an awsome pleasure.ReplyDelete