Thursday, January 7, 2010

Quilt Delivered and on Their Bed

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I'm showing the next couple of weeks Christmas gifts that I did for my son's and daughter-n-laws. I've shown bits and pieces before, they are now finished and delivered.

Quilt Delivered and on Their Bed, quilt back
The back of Son #1. I love the red. I called from the store and asked color for the backing. I was leaning to blue or green. I loved hearing red.


Quilt Delivered and on Their Bed
The quilt front, after long arm quilting, by an area shop.

Quilt Delivered and on Their Bed
Binding done, ready for wrapping and shipping.

Quilt Delivered and on Their Bed

A new home ! ! Perfect.
The pattern is from "101 Falulous Rotary-Cut Quilts" by Judy Hopkins and Nancy J. Martin

Sew Happy,
Beth
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12 comments:

  1. How beautiful!! I am just learning to sew at age...well...40ish...lol. What amazing creativity and talent. Lucky recipients. Thanks so much for sharing. Leslie @ Orphaned Decor

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  2. Just beautiful. I love the red myself too. I'm just fixing to get my first sewing machine and am almost 50. I can't wait to learn to sew all my ideas.

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  3. Oh, it is so beautiful! What a lovely gift to recieve!!

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  4. That is just gorgeous! I love the red.

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  5. Hi Beth,

    Both quilts are just lovely and beautiful. I love the pattern from '101' more than the other. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. It´ll be treasured forever, I suppose. I would.

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  7. Oh my gosh....I've always wanted to make a quilt of my very own, and drooled over talents of people who CAN quilt, such as yourself!!! Beautiful.

    My Show n Tell, HERE, ---it's 32 degrees out, and I have one lone iris blooming!!! Come see the rich beautiful purple!!...in the dead of winter.

    Happy Friday!

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  8. Absolutely beautiful! How blessed the receiver was.
    Susan

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  9. What a beautiful quilt!! Reminds me of the quilts my mother use to make when I was a child.

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  10. That is beautiful! I can tell a lot of love went into that! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Bath, I'm a first-time visitor to your blog and I'm going to become a follower this instant! The quilt is absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing the pictures!

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  12. Well, I can't believe I typed your name Bath instead of Beth. Shows what happens when you have a cat on top of the keyboard!

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