Friday, December 19

Grandma's Garden Border Quilted!..

Last night, I finished cross-hatch hand quilting my Grandma's Garden quilt border....yah!!
I thought I would never get around this quilt border...it measures 70" x 60". so it's quite big.
Now I need to quilt something in the side setting triangles, perhaps a half of the motif that's in between the flowers...will need to think about that.
How are you doing with your Christmas preparations...only six more sleeps to Christmas!
Til next time,
Hugs

12 comments:

  1. Julia, your quilt is just beautiful. I am ready for Christmas now...and looking forward to a happier New Year!
    Hugs,Pat

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  2. So colorful and cheerful Julia.

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  3. I don't know how you get so much done! This is another beautiful project. You are amazing!

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  4. I really like the way you designed the layout and fabric choices. You did an outstanding job. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Looks beautiful ... not much more to do now!
    Hugs - Lurline!

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  6. That quilt gets better every time I see it - such a wonderful collection of colour and sweetness... hope this means your hands are feeling better!
    Hugs Shari

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  7. Just beautiful ... you've done a fabulous job Julia.
    Hugs,
    Joy :o)

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  8. It's so pretty, Julia! You've done a beautiful job on it. :-)

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  9. Looking good Julia! Love the cross-hatching in the boarders! 8-)
    The Crinoline Ladies are just wonderful! You don't see much of that done here...?...Not in my circles anyway. Beautiful works of art!!! 8-)

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  10. Julia, You know this is one of the designs that I have been the most interested in. I love the Cross Hatching..it is perfect. This quilt is a masterpiece, one of the prettiest I have ever seen. You are so talented! :)

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