Friday, October 9, 2009

Sarah's quilt :: first quilt


fabric selection without flash

:: unpicking

unpicking

:: helping

helping

:: finishing

Sarah's quilt - before washing

:: washing, drying

Sarah's quilt

Sarah's quilt

:: admiring 

Sarah's quilt - back

:: giving ... soon!

20 comments:

  1. I love the admiring stage.
    "Aaaaah!! I made that beautiful thing!!!"
    Well done on getting to the admiration stage.
    Andi :-)

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  2. oooooo arrrrrrrr.....its BEAUTIFUL!!

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  3. Oh Mel it's lovely, you must be thrilled. And that owl fabric is gorgeous, I must find some.

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  4. Yeah I must admit I don't know whether I will be happy to never see this quilt again or whether I will miss it when it's gone!

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  5. Hey it's been a quilty kinda week huh Leonie? ;)

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  6. Thanks Kate. Yeah I love the owls. Ended up ordering some more because I was too upset at the thought of using it all for this quilt!

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  7. OMG. I am gobsmacked. That is stunning. You must be so proud of yourself. The owl fabric is gorgeous. All the fabric is gorgeous. Oh wow oh wow oh wow. It's just so beautiful

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  8. This quilt is just beautiful - I love the owls print. This must've taken you ages. I am jealous, one day I will make a quilt, but not yet!Peta

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  9. Hey, nice job! My second quilt used owls, but a 'manly' set of owls, for my son. They always look good, don't they?

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  10. A great quilt top Mel! Well done!!

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  11. Oooh I love your colour choices and the owls are adorable. What a beautiful quilt.

    Tara (Aussie-Waffler)

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  12. Oh wow! Really REALLY gorgeous, Mel. The attention to detail is just stunning. Proud face :) K

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  13. Stunning quilt - well done. I love the owls - who are they by?
    I'm sure it will be well received.
    Abbe

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  14. I reckon you're really going to have to draw out the admiring stage. Like for at least a year.

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  15. Hey Abbe not sure if you will see this but the fabric is called spotted owls and it's by Alexander Henry. Thanks for your comments!

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  16. This is such an adorable quilt. You have done a wonderful job and I'm sending a virtual pat on the back your way!

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  17. It is delicious Mel. Just beautiful. At first I thought part of you might be sad at giving it away but then I thought about how amazing it would be to give such a beautiful present to someone.

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  18. Gorgeous, well done! I really love it, and I'd be admiring it too!

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  19. I always think that the furry members are the most diserning members of the family so if they give it the seal of approval that is a good sign! It looks so lovely, adore the owls

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  20. It's beautiful! I love how the pink and green pick up the colours in the owl print.

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