Friday, February 10, 2012

Tadahh....

This is my version of Roseville Album. As I had limited space on my wall, I had to leave the very beautiful border behind, and instead I made a sashing with 1" square.

I had a blast making this quilt. Thank you so much Kim, for making this lovely pattern available to us.

It has truly been a journey into different Technics.  I started out with using Starch method, and from there I moved to needle turn. And I love it!





Here is a view to the backing. Its Moon Flower by Phillip Jacobs.




......Camilla

19 comments:

  1. Incredible! Well done! I love the backing, so lavish.

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  2. This is so beautiful. A truly glorious quilt! Congrats on finishing it :)

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  3. Congratulations Camilla!! Its stunning!!

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  4. Oh so very beautiful, congratulations on your finish, Love that moon flower backing

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  5. it's gorgeous! I love needle turn :-)

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  6. Wonderful, Camilla! It's a huge accomplishment to finish the top. I liked hearing that you had made the journey from the starch method to needleturn as I have too. Will you be quilting it yourself? Hand quilting or machine?

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    1. I have already quilted it. It is now hanging on my wall. :-)

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  7. Camilla, your top is wonderful! How long did it actually take you? I'm still on the 1st block! I love your colors, and how you put them together.

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    1. I started in August, but in December i did not stitch on it. Thanks for your comments.

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  8. Just beautiful and your solution with the pieced sashing is great. I really with I had time to start this one - maybe someday!

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  9. It's gorgeous! Pretty back too! You are so quick--you'll have to give us pointers! I'm afraid my stitching is lagging. :)

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  10. I can't imagine anyone that creates something this lovely not caring for Valentine's Day. :)
    This is really pretty.
    xo bj

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  11. The quilt turned out wonderfully. I wish I had stuck with it . . . I only have 2/3rds of the left panel done and it's been a year since I got it out to work on. I bet your applique is beautiful after all that work.

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  12. Beautiful quilt FINISHED front and back! Thank You for showing us and making our journey better.

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  13. What a glorious quilt Camilla!! Well done, you finished that in such a short space of time too. Love your backing too! Kim McL

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  14. My congratulations too. What an amazing amount of work you did so well in such a short time! Seeing your finished quilt will keep me working on mine.

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  15. Your quilt is absolutely stunning! Such a beautiful balance of color. I like the way you finished it off too.
    Hmmm..mine is done except for the border. Do I really need it? ;)

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