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« Working In A Series and The BIG DREAM Project | Main | Making progress! »

December 31, 2014


Nancy Hughson

Beautiful quilt & quilting!

Kim S

I love this quilt!!! Your hand dyed fabrics are beautiful!

I may have to barrow your idea for my next label... :-)

Tina in NJ

A very happy quilt. It's gorgeous, and I really like the border you dyed. I haven't gotten to the point of enjoying machine quilting, but I want to practice more in the new year. I believe in quilting small quilts myself and farming out the big ones.


Pretty colors and gorgeous quilting. I love the Zentangle label.
Hugs and Happy New Year


a very happy quilt! love the colors.

Mary Anne

Definitely a happy quilt - both the colours and the pattern. Love that you plan to keep it as a comfort quilt - what a caring thing to do.


I really like how this one turned out. I know how hard it is to photograph the real vibrancy of the hand dyed fabrics as I'm having problems with the one I'm taking photos of.


Wonderful Finish!!!


Wonderful quilting on a great quilt - love your plans for it!!


This is a beauty Vicki! I love the shade of blue and your quilting is awesome! Happy 2015!


Beautiful fabrics and amazing quilting! What a great way to finish up a quilty year. Happy New Year! Can't wait to see what's ahead.

Pamela North

Colours and quilting are great. Also love the fact that the design is off centre


I just love that layout and the colours too. I agree with you that it is worth the effort, and dare I say tedium, to ditch the quilt before you start with motifs.


A happy quilt, indeed. Beautiful! I think just about any pattern would be beautiful made up in your wonderful hand dyes.
Happy New Year!

Rebecca in SoCal

Very pretty, and I like the name a lot!


This is really gorgeous :)


I think you put the "happy" in that quilt. Love it, and close up, even more. I dabble at Zentangle too, and understand how much time can become involved in a project.


Love how you're not afraid to push the envelop. Glass work, fabric dying etc ... Your machine quilting is phenomenal! Wow! Thanks for sharing!

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