Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Quiltathon progress

I've been busy making log cabin blocks today. I'm going to use 35 of them for this quilt - no border (I LOVE quilts without borders) and after a couple more rounds I should have 25 of them done by the time I finish working tonight.

Deb posted a photo of my top that she's going to quilt for me. I fell in love with this pattern and Mom pieced the top as a gift for me. I've been afraid of messing it up so I sent it to Deb to quilt for me. She does great with large open white space.

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9 comments:

dot said...

I saws the quilt, it is lovely. I can't wait to see what Deb does with it. Her quilting so sooooo good.

meggie said...

Ooh I can't wait to see that lovely quilt your mother made for you, all quilted & finished. It is beautiful, & I don't even like red!! haha.

The Calico Cat said...

Your mom did a great job piecing that top. & I am sure that your sister will do a great job with the quilting.

(I also like quilts without borders.)

Annemiek said...

Someone posted a link to your photosite on the dutch messageboard. They all love and bookmarked it!
Like the quilttop!!

JudyL said...

That quilt is beautiful. Can't wait to see it after Deb does her beautiful quilting on it. It's pretty neat that your mom is involved in quilting and you and Deb both have longarms.

Rose said...

That is beautiful and elegant. I can't wait to see it quilted.

Vicki W said...

I saw that top - it's beautiful! I can't wait to see Deb's magic touch on it.

Anonymous said...

love the log cabinNo way you could *mess up* the quilt your mom made, your work is gorgeous!

deputyswife said...

I remember when you originally posted the picture of the log cabin quilt for Keith's aunt. I remember cruising the Quilt Maverick's ring and that quilt caught my eye. I have been reading ever since... lol!

Still love that quilt too!