Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Four Seasons

I have to figure out what to use as a border, then I can assemble the top and send it to Chris to be quilted... This little beauty deserves better than my clunky quilting!

12 comments:

Judith said...

The quilt looks good. How about making each edge a different colour to represent the four seasons. You could put some embroidered sprouting seeds on the spring side, Suns on the summerside, autumn leaves on the next and snowflakes on the winter. Or something along those lines.

Clare said...

I love the washing line with the quilt on it.

Susan said...

I am not going to give you advice, you're doing great on your own! I just want to say, again, WOW. I adore this little quilt. It just keeps on getting better and better.

I am awestruck by it and you and your talent. So there. :)

Teresa said...

I am so loving the progression of this quilt!! The quilt airing in the spring breeze so perfectly balances the house in the winter row. The fabric you chose for the tree with no leaves is just plain awesome!

I can't wait to see what you do next!

In stitches,
Teresa :o)

Jackie said...

I love it!! The best part is that little quilt hanging a the top. A quilter definitely needs that in her quilt top for sure.

shellysquilts said...

Very cute! I luv it! Well done!

Deborah said...

This is so sweet. I love the quilt on the line. Wonky at its best.

Mego said...

Pretty darn cute!!!

Brenda said...

I really loke this, especially the quilt hanging in the spring sunshine. congrats on a great finish!

Tine said...

Eeeeeeeeee! Sweet! Is this for that empty wall space where your letters used to hang? This is so cute!

Derby said...

Good to see the four seasons, I like it.

Jeanne said...

WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL
THE QUILT ON THE LINE PRICELESS.
GREAT COLORS AND LOVE THE TREES. YOUR, MA, JEANNE