Ramblings about my life, my love of primitive quilting, and my love of Montana and it's wildlife
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I'll try this again, I didn't write it right the first time. I love your quilt and have a question for you. Did you machine sew around the edges or did you hand sew around them. I wanted to share this with a friend. Thanks!
Oh Nancy, wonderful quilt...great job, Francine.
I love that pattern and how it came out. Do you just leave the edge raw? Do you use fusible paper? And what stitch did you use? I like the idea of raw edge, but worry about it lasting in the wash.Debbie
Nancy, you are whipping those quilts out! I made a similar once recently.
That is really a beauty! I love it!
Hi Nancy,I do so love to see your quilts hanging on the line, this one is wonderful.I'm learning about British sheep and thought about your wild neighbours.Happy stitching, Angela.x
Can't pick what is catching my eye...the colours or the quirky pattern, but I do know, I love seeing it hanging on your line!
Love your quilt, and always love the beauty of the setting where you photograph. It reminds me of the area where I grew up.
Sweet! Love crosshatching. This looks lovely :-)
Terrific quilt. I'm always amazed by how quickly you create a new piece. Great job!!
It is such a simple quilt but so adorable!!!
Thank you so very much for all your comments! I will sometimes respond to comments here on my blog especially if your are a no reply, so check back if you want. take care, Nancy