The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Monday, July 08, 2013

Baskets and you know the rest


Another block completed on the BOM, three more to go and then on to the borders. 

I'm handquilting the Collector Series when it cools off at night.  I don't have air conditioning, but have had some severe storms the last few days, lots of hail, enough to cover the ground and look like snow so it has made the evenings very cool and worth sitting under a quilt.

10 comments:

  1. You are a fast stitcher, Nancy. The blocks look gorgeous!

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  2. Even these 9 blocks would make a wonderful quilt! Your photos of your quilts hanging on the line would make a great set of cards/gift cards.

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  3. That really looks beautiful all together, you are tempting me to start my bible quilt.

    Debbie

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  4. Wonderful colour. It just gets better and better.

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  5. it is coming together very quickly, it is fantastic! I love the patterns and colors.

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  6. Beautiful quilt. I love the madder and blue combination. I just discovered your blog and looking forward to exploring more. I love primitive quilts!

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  7. Lovely quilt, love that white (or light) in the quilt. Sounds like you are having some strange weather over there, hope it soon settles down.

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  8. I agree with the person above who wrote that your quilts hanging on the line would make a beautiful set of note cards or post cards !
    Love seeing this quilt come together !
    Rose

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous -- I also agree -- notecards with your quilts on them would be lovely!!!

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  10. When you get on a roll with your quilt projects, you can crank out the blocks. Another good block.

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