Thursday, April 12, 2018

3, 2, 1... GLORIOUS!

Here I was pinning the last seam.

Here it is.. Glorious, a collaboration quilt between Julie Sefton and me.

The lighting may not be the greatest, but this quilt is really pretty.

The last two pictures are really big, so you can click and then double click to see all the details about all the fabrics.

17 comments:

Melody A. said...

It is just Gorgeous!!! beautiful job! Take care from Iowa

Cathy said...

Totally drool-worthy! I want to make one of these quilts - until I realize that it would never look as luscious as this one or any of yours. Congrats on a beautiful top!!

Dorothy Finley said...

OK, I'll wait in line for you to design one for me :-) This is jaw dropping beautiful Love it !!!

Valerie Levy said...

Wowzers! I wish I had been a fly on the wall during the conversation that brought this quilt to perfection to ! What a fun memory to have attached to this one...so special!

Quiltdivajulie said...

It is BEAUTIFUL! So good to see it off the design wall and spread out on your couch. Now I better get busy and piece the back so I can ship it to you for Janet Lee to quilt . . .

Just Ducky said...

Happy day, Glorious is a true flimsy.

Sandra said...

Oh my! This is spectacular.

Susan R said...

No words...just amazing. Congratulations to you both Lynne.

Susan & Sadie

Margie said...

Absolutely wonderful! I love the color coordination between the different sized diamonds. So beautiful!

karen said...

I could watch you create these for the rest of my days. It's amazing how even though you've used the same design, each of these is so unique.

Cynthia Knapp said...

It's gorgeous!

Linda said...

Love the way this turned out. Using the big flower print really makes the small colorful diamonds much brighter.

Mari said...

Oh, my, that *is* glorious!

Kay said...

Simply stunning. x

suzanprincess said...

So aptly named! Thanks so very much for taking us along on the journey--it's been almost fun as making my own, and a lot less work!

Susanne Baker said...

What a beautiful quilt, and a beautiful story to go with it. Do you happen to sell the pattern ... I would definitely put it on my 'to do' list.

Mystic Quilter said...

Most definitely glorious - the fabrics chosen by yourself and Julie are a delight.