Monday, March 3, 2014

#46 Virtual Quilting Bee Finish


I had such a great time participating in the Virtual Quilting Bee with Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter, every designer's block was amazing. I learned so much and grew so much  during the process. Now the big reveal linky party is happening and even though I wasn't able to get the quilting done I do have a quilt top. I love how this quilt came together! It is one of my favourites that I've made. First time doing all solids and wow what an impact it made!!
So here is a revisit to the blocks and the quilt top! And as soon as I am able to get my long arm problems solved I will post pictures of the completed quilt, because this quilt needs to be done right!!






























15 comments:

  1. SO NEAT! THANKS FOR POSTING!
    MY FAVORITE IS #15.

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  2. It's so awesome, Sandy!! I love it! I'm excited to see it quilted!

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  3. You quilt looks great. I like the on-point layout.

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  5. Sorry, hate auto correct. As I was trying to say, Sandy your quilt top looks fabulous. You did a great job. Please show more pictures once you quilt it. Again, it's beautiful.

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  6. That is a beautiful top, and I love some of those blocks. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

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  7. Absolutely beautiful work! I love how the solids make the piecing pop. Cheers on a beautiful finish!

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  8. Lovely! Found you via WIP Wednesday.

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  9. How fun! I love the layout you chose. The white background with bright corner sashing really brings the blocks together. I'm sure it will look great when it's finished.

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  10. It's stunning- can't wait to see how you choose to quilt it.

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  11. What a wonderful accomplishment! Great work. Best, Kate

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  12. Your quilt top is beautiful!
    Carol

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  13. Beautiful! Still need to quilt mine:)

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  14. Gorgeous top, Sandy! I love those solid blocks. Nice job!

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