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Friday, February 7, 2014

My Celtic Solstice top

 I have my Celtic Solstice top almost completed. I just need to add my borders. Above it is pictured on a guest bed in an extra room. I really love this quilt pattern from Bonnie Hunter. Here is a link to her blog if you'd like to check out other peoples quilts from this free Mystery quilt along from Bonnie.
http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2014/02/celtic-solstice-mystery-link-up-finale.html  Thank you Bonnie!
 These two fabrics will be used for my inner and outer borders.
 Above are my 4 pieced borders ready to sew on. The picture doesn't show the whole length of them. Below are some of my broiler meat chicks that I raised and butchered last year. I wanted a symbol of Spring in my blog today. Its been below zero with the wind chills here in Minnesota and I am anxiously awaiting Spring. Hope everyone is staying warm. Have a great day!


8 comments:

  1. Lisa
    Your quilt is so beautiful. Great colors.
    Bev H.

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  2. What a beautiful quilt. I love the colours you have used!

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  3. Beautiful quilt. Love the traditional fabrics and yet they have so much life.

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  4. What a lovely quilt! I like your fabric choices a lot!

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  5. What a beautiful version of Bonnie's quilt along! I just keep looking at it!

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  6. Hey Lisa! You won my giveaway. You are a noreply blogger however. Can you email me please.

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  7. The quilt is fabulous! Making a quilt is an enormous undertaking, which is probably why I haven't made one in years> You are truly a needle woman extraordinaire!

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  8. Your quilt is fabulous! You left a comment on my blog but you are a no-reply commenter- yes, even with google plus.
    I machine appliqued my Sally Post quilt. I realized I no longer enjoy hand applique unless it is wool or primitive.

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