Sunday, March 27, 2011

Four borders to go


I finished my last panel and am so happy to have the center together.
I have enjoyed everyones pictures of their progress, great inspiriation to keep going.

23 comments:

  1. I am........ Wow! That is stunning. How I wish I could make something like that. Fantastic work. This is art to me. :D

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  2. Absolutely Brilliant Denise. Amazing work you have done here. Wow, you could look at it for hours. xo

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  3. INCREDIBLE. Great job Denise!

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  4. Awed and stunned. Beautiful quilt, Denise, and done so rapidly! Do you and Ann eat and sleep?

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  5. OMG Denise, it looks amazing, well done on getting this far. It's a real accomplishment, you must be proud of it.

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  6. Absolutely wonderful, Denise! You may be inspired by others, but I am inspired by your beautiful work. I am interested in how many hours per day or week you feel you put into your quilt? I feel I am working very slowly but maybe it's just my lack of available time.

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  7. Oh, Wow! Just beautiful! Hope to get mine started sometime this year but I must finish my Flower Pots first.

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  8. Absolutely beautiful and stunning, a job very well done. Can't wait to see what you do next.

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  9. Denise this is absolutely gorgeous. I love to watch everyone and their progress, living through your quilters eyes. This is a truly gorgeous quilt and hope to see the quilting progress now that your top is together. Any ideas??

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  10. Schitterend! (Fabulous!)
    Great job, how proud you must be!
    What will you do now, any projects planned?

    greetings from a sunny, springy Holland!

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  11. Absolutely stunning Denise! Each element of your quilt is beautiful on it's own. Added together they make a spectacular show.
    Those borders look pretty simple compared to some of the intense blocks/panels. You should be done in no time. ;)
    Any thoughts on how you'll quilt this?

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  12. Love it! What is your background? I've been looking for something like that but no luck around here. I'm slowly collecting Kaffe, Brandon, and Amy Butler fabrics so I can start one of Kim's beauties in the future. Thanks

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  13. Wow, its beautiful!!! There are several of us on the home stretch. I think the hardest part will be how to quilt it.

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  14. Marvellous! This is something you can enjoy for years!

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  15. Absolutely gorgeous. What an inspiration to keep on appliqueing.

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  16. Wow--wow! Fantastic to be so far along with this--it must feel wonderful!

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  17. Heavens, what a gorgeous quilt Denise!! you're on the homerun now, wasn't that hard was it? One block at a time and before you know it, it's done! Look forward to the last bits, Kim McL

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  18. Thank you so much for all of the great compliments.
    Penny, my background is a marbled blue-grey fabric.
    I have awhile to think of the quilting but I do know I will machine quilt it.
    I am anxious to start Flower Garden.
    Thank you Kim. Yes one block at a time but the side panels took forever but in the end they are really incredible.

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