I love the bright colours of this one. Whoever gets it will love it too.
very bright and cheery. perfect for the ronald mcdonald house.
There's nothing like a homemade quilt when you have to stay at Ronald MacDonalds - this is just perfect! I love the pattern, colours, border and quilting.
Too bad about the computer, Mary. We get those power surges/outages all the time---in fact, I still need to reset the bedroom clock before I go to bed from the last one.I bet she didn't see the orange square that was turned till she looked at the picture. But, who cares!? Bright, colorful and will be dearly loved by someone soon.Cute pupper too!
I agree, I like this border much better. A nice bright quilt and black to boot.
oh--I like this one too! It will make someone very happy.
AWESOME quilt Mary! I just LOVE it! HugsLaurie
Oh, gosh, I love that quilt! It will surely make smiles at the Ronald McDonald House! Good job!
that turned out great with those borders Mary-I see the quilting talent is shared with your sister as well.
I love the squiggle border fabric...it's the perfect frame for that great little quilt!Bonnie
Love that bright quilt! Cool pattern! Yeah for Chesty! Give him a hug for me. He certainly is a cutie!
so cheerful! what a great donation for kids :-)
Both quilts look great! I'm sure that they'll be loved by the lucky recipients.Glad that Chesty is doing well!Kairle
Mary! I love those colors! Such a happy quilt. I'm always amazed at the number of quilts you make.Judy L.
Ronald McDonald is such a great cause! This quilt will really brighten someone's stay - and I do like the swirly border better than the crayons - but the crayons looked really good on the flying geese! Amazing how fabric choices will really change the look of an entire top.Chesty is looking better - I see his fur has grown back where the stitches were.And, sorry about your computer files - I spent a few days this past winter backing up all my photos - I would be so sad if I lost them!Cheers!Evelyn
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