QUILT INFO

The quilt shown in the header is from a pattern by Cheri Saffiote Payne. The design is from an older book "Two Hour Christmas Projects".

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

ABC Sampler Close To the End

The bottom section of the "ABC Sampler" is done.

The new additions are the flying geese, the three chickens, the heart and the embroidered numbers.

This is the left side of the bottom rows.

This is the right side of the bottom rows.


For lack of a better location for picture taking this evening, I used the kitchen floor.  This is a picture of all of the quilt top that I have done.  I still need to make the top border.


I am enjoying the process!  Lori has her quilt pictures posted also.  Here is the link.
Karen

25 comments:

  1. What a stunner! I love this quilt so much.

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  2. This is going to be an amazing sampler. So many pieces! How big will it be?

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  3. Wow, there is a LOT of wonderful piece work in this Sampler! Your quilt is going to be beautiful!

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  4. Looks great! I had a hard time getting a decent photo of the 3 rows together too. It was blustery and rainy outside.

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  5. Karen otra maravilla de edredón.
    mucho trabajo y colores bonitos

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  6. This is a wonderful prim sampler. I like it all, but have to say, I especially like the little "my numbers" block stitched on. : )

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  7. This is such a beautiful quilt. I love your fabric choices. Hugs

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  8. This looks so wonderful. You've made great progress. How wonderful that you have a friend to make it with.

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  9. Ohh--that quilt is sooo cute-I just love the whole thing--
    great job-
    enjoy the moments, di

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  10. The flying geese really do pull it together! Such a fun quilt to see coming together!

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  11. Love it! Both yours and Lori's are great!

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  12. This is one of my favorites that you and Lori have done. There is just something about it that I really love.

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  13. You and Lori make an awesome team.

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  14. You really did a beautiful job on it, love all the different appliqués.

    Debbie

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  15. I follow both of you and Lori 's blog, and I love yours quilt! Both of you are amazing!
    Wonderful hand work.
    Greetings, Rina.

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  16. It was so fun watching Lori's and your quilt take shape. They are both wonderful!!

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  17. Wow - that's a lot of work! How many projects do you usually have in progress at one time?

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  18. That seems to have gone so fast! What will I look at now to get my folk art applique fix?

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  19. So charming, great fabric choices!
    lizzy at gone to the beach...

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  20. This just speaks to me. You did a wonderful job! Love it!

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  21. You have done such a wonderful job on this quilt!

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  22. I love it! Especially the polka dot chicken!

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  23. This must be so much fun to make!! I love it!!

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  24. This has been such a fun project to follow as you work on it! :) Love the fabrics, your work, the pattern, everything.

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