The ramblings from a small quilt shop on the South Islands West Coast of New Zealand

Sunday, April 25, 2010

I didn't say which Christmas, but here's one for OPAM

Ohhhh about a year ago I started to hand blanket stitch the Nancy Halvorsen quilt The 12 Days of Christmas.  Yep it was to be ready for Christ003mas, but I'm sure I didn't say which one.  Well, just to prove that I don't just make mini pillows, I finally finished the quilt.  The picture really doesn't show it off very  well and I'm still a wee bit unsure as to whether or not to add beads and buttons but it's finally finished after hanging as a 'top' for ages in my sewing room while I decided how to border and quilt it.  002 Nancy has done a great job on this design and some of the blocks are so elegant I particularly like the partridge in a pear tree.  The colours I used were fairly none traditional but I think the teal colour compliments the other colours I used.  What I'm most pleased about is that the entire thing was made from my stash.
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5 comments:

  1. Good on you girl! Knowing how lovely your quilt top was it will be amazing now its all finished I bet. Another one off the list.
    hugs Deb

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  2. I loved this quilt when I came to visit. Your colouring was just fantastic. I am hoping to do this one myself. Of course, just like you, I won't be say which Christmas it is for. Now if I only had a stash like yours to make my quilt the same
    Darlene

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  3. hey it looks great!! well done you!

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  4. That is lovely Michele.
    Still have not used the paper you sent will try tomorrow,not been the best.
    Will go and do a wee bit of hand stitching.
    Man it is cold but at least it is fine.

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Thankyou so much for popping by and leaving a comment. I enjoy reading your thoughts and ideas and will get back to you if needed, hugs - Miche'le

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