Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Chinese Coins #6

There was ONE thing I wanted to mark off my list today and that was this top. Before stopping to make dinner I had it together except for the top and bottom borders and I just now sewed those on and tossed it up on the design wall for a photo. My clock says it's 12:15 but since I had to clean up dog vomit and retake the photos I know it was done before midnight!

The sashing looks black in this photo but it's actually a deep purple. For those interested, you can find instructions for this Uneven Chinese Coins quilt at MaryQuilts.com .


10 comments:

meggie said...

O Mary, I have just been catching up on your posts! Love that photo of you with your handsome son. & yes, both your sons are handsome!
How anyone could be nasty on a blog is beyond me. If they dont like it, just quietly go on their way, is the best way, I feel.
I think sometimes we inadvertantly hurt feelings without knowing as someone who used to comment on my blog, regularly, no longer visits. I have no idea why. I felt an email might have been nice, but oh, well, life is short.
I love reading your blog, & seeing all your wonderful quilts.
I hope Chesty is OK? You mentioned cleaning up dog vomit?

Gypsy Quilter said...

Ut oh, what did the poor puppy get in to? I hope he is better soon. And yes, the quilt looks lovely as usual. Really!

Vicki W said...

Very pretty!

Pam said...

Oh no, is Chesty ok??

Isn't it nice to have progress after a time away doing other things? Having 2 tops done in the last couple of weeks has me flying high.

Pam@
www.pamgwillim.com

JudyL said...

Love your uneven coins. You did great . . you reached a goal! Is Chesty sick? Hope not!

cher said...

another fabulous top!

Joanne said...

This is a great quilt -- a good way to use up those shorter strips that keep piling up. The purple sashings give just a bit of color and look just a bit different than black - I like it.

tirane93 said...

i love the way the random fabrics give the overal effect of a guatemalan woven textile. very nice work!

Alycia said...

very neat looking quilt! How will you quilt it?

Deb said...

The coins look great! hope chesty is feeling better.