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!
What a wonderful quilt!! I absolutely love the pictures outside. The hand quilting really makes this one special.
This is soooo-SEW pretty! You did a wonderful job! Better keep it under lock and key...wink, winkhugZ,annierubyslipperz106.blogspot.com
Oh that is so pretty! What an awesome job! And a wonderful end to May for Me!!
Your quilt is lovely! Awesome pictures. I hope you keep this one for yourself.
I love all the colors. It is funny, the border is the same fabric that my rotory cutter bag is made from. LOVE IT!!
That is so cute - what a wonderful finish for you and a great job. Judy C sends her best
This is so pretty! I love the staggered feel with the different size rows. It gives it a really unique feel.
Beautiful!!!!!!!!!Is this a keeper for you?? It should be..
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 :)
Your quilt it beautiful! Love your hand quilting! Love the soft colors and great outside photos! Yes a perfect ending to May!
I love pieced and embroidered quilts - just love them. This one is beautiful and I love the outdoor pictures. blessings, marlene
Sew sweet! Happy end of the May For Me celebration! It's been a blast.
love the dutch-y-ness :)
Gorgeous quilt! Congrats on another beautiful finish! Now on to those June projects :)
Your quilt looks lovely Sharon. You must be so pleased! Hugs, Christine
WOW... so pretty... and interesting when you look closer. Nice Work! AGAIN as usual! :)
It's beautiful, Sharon!! Great work!!
Oh Sharon - it's beautiful! You did a wonderful job - love the stitching, love the fabric - love the sentiment! So pretty!
What a cheerful quilt! Sleeping or napping under it would lift your spirits!
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 SCquiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com
Your quilt is lovely! Wonderful job Sharon!!!
This quilt is really lovely. The combination of hand embroidery and pieced blocks topped off with hand quilting is wonderful.
All the embroidery is great---just precious!!
Whoop Whoop! Darling quilt, Sharon! I'd hang it up or drape it over someplace where I could look at it every day!
You deserve a Whoop Whoop on this one. Love the embroidery too.
LOVE the quilt!
Very sweet quilt, Sharon! It really looks like spring!
Whoop Whoop! What a lovely, Spring-y quilt. Some day I might have a finished quilt to show again too! lol
I love the spring colors of orange and greens. The pictures are a great addition to the quilt.
I love the embroidery on the quilt. Sew cute!
That is a gorgeous wee quilt, Sharon. Such pretty colours.
Sweet quilt! Visiting from the Tuesday Archives Party. www.quiltartbymegan.com
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.
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!!!