Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Perfect Ending







A completed quilted from Tonya's Stitch and Quilt Along for our May For Me.
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

36 comments:

  1. Oh that looks so good! I wish that I had hand quilted mine. I've never done hand quilting. It doesn't look as if it would take so long as I thought.
    What thread/needles do you prefer using for hand quilting? I might just order some for this time of rest!

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  2. What a wonderful quilt!! I absolutely love the pictures outside. The hand quilting really makes this one special.

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  3. This is soooo-SEW pretty! You did a wonderful job! Better keep it under lock and key...wink, wink

    hugZ,
    annie
    rubyslipperz106.blogspot.com

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  4. Oh that is so pretty! What an awesome job! And a wonderful end to May for Me!!

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  5. Your quilt is lovely! Awesome pictures. I hope you keep this one for yourself.

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  6. I love all the colors. It is funny, the border is the same fabric that my rotory cutter bag is made from. LOVE IT!!

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  7. That is so cute - what a wonderful finish for you and a great job. Judy C sends her best

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  8. This is so pretty! I love the staggered feel with the different size rows. It gives it a really unique feel.

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  9. Beautiful!!!!!!!!!
    Is this a keeper for you?? It should be..

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  10. Wow that is so pretty !!
    I will be trying machine quilting for the first time so you have given me some good ideas how to do it :)

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  11. Your quilt it beautiful! Love your hand quilting! Love the soft colors and great outside photos!

    Yes a perfect ending to May!

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  12. I love pieced and embroidered quilts - just love them. This one is beautiful and I love the outdoor pictures. blessings, marlene

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  13. Sew sweet! Happy end of the May For Me celebration! It's been a blast.

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  14. Gorgeous quilt! Congrats on another beautiful finish! Now on to those June projects :)

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  15. Your quilt looks lovely Sharon. You must be so pleased! Hugs, Christine

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  16. WOW... so pretty... and interesting when you look closer. Nice Work! AGAIN as usual! :)

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  17. It's beautiful, Sharon!! Great work!!

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  18. Oh Sharon - it's beautiful! You did a wonderful job - love the stitching, love the fabric - love the sentiment! So pretty!

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  19. What a cheerful quilt! Sleeping or napping under it would lift your spirits!

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  20. Oh, it is really beautiful, Sharon! Your photos are great too - love that you took the outdoor shots! Your choices for the borders and finishing touches are just "spot on" and look wonderful.
    Thanks for posting this - now the ones that are a little behind (me included!LOL) will be inspired to finish Tonya's great design!
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  21. Your quilt is lovely! Wonderful job Sharon!!!

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  22. This quilt is really lovely. The combination of hand embroidery and pieced blocks topped off with hand quilting is wonderful.

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  23. All the embroidery is great---just precious!!

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  24. Whoop Whoop! Darling quilt, Sharon! I'd hang it up or drape it over someplace where I could look at it every day!

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  25. You deserve a Whoop Whoop on this one. Love the embroidery too.

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  26. Very sweet quilt, Sharon! It really looks like spring!

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  27. Whoop Whoop! What a lovely, Spring-y quilt. Some day I might have a finished quilt to show again too! lol

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  28. I love the spring colors of orange and greens. The pictures are a great addition to the quilt.

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  29. I love the embroidery on the quilt. Sew cute!

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  30. That is a gorgeous wee quilt, Sharon. Such pretty colours.

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  31. Sweet quilt! Visiting from the Tuesday Archives Party. www.quiltartbymegan.com

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  32. I've never done a mystery quilt but I'd like to give it a go -- one day! Congratulations on being featured on Val's Tuesday archives.

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  33. 2011....see, THIS is exactly the kind of posts I'd hope Tuesday Archives would rejuvinate!! You've inspired me to incorp. some stitching into my little ABC quilt as I start to finish it. Thanks for sharing!!!

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