The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Saturday, November 07, 2015

Surprise...

 
 
I decided to go with the aged fabric that Cee provided instead of the print.  The print didn't give that aged, worn look that I was striving for and seem to get lost next to the dark background.
 
I'm so pleased with how the mat turned out.

11 comments:

  1. dear nancy,that looks beautiful to me.susi

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  2. Good choice, I do love how it looks.
    You did a beautiful job with the stitching.

    Debbie

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  3. It looks perfect. I remember when you asked your readers which they thought looked best. Holding the fabric and seeing the piece in person is really different than seeing an imagine online.

    It is a precious piece with your and your husband's initials and the date.

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  4. I love it, it's very appealing, and does look like an antique!

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  5. It is beautiful. Looks aged. Lovely work.

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  6. Unique and gorgeous !
    Rose

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  7. you did a grand job!

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  8. Ooooohhhh! This is so beautiful! I love the fabric you chose. A masterpiece!!!

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  9. It is just right! It truly does look old/loved. Beautiful!

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  10. Well, that's interesting! Nancy is right, seeing it in real life is always different. The lighter binding seems to make the lighter fabrics and the light stitching more prominent, so I guess you have a choice about what you want to feature. Anyway, a nice finish!

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