Thursday, November 1, 2012

Tulip Fields is all done!

All done. Labeled,quilted and bound.
It took me three days to machine quilt it. It is only 64" square. But there are many seams and I wanted to make sure the string piecing had plenty of quilting to keep it intact. DD#1 washes her quilts a lot! This will be her Christmas present.


I cannot thank Our Bonnie Hunter (www.quiltville.com) enough for this beautiful pattern. It can be found in her newest book entitled String Fling.



Our Macy Gray is a sleeping spot stealer. She intimidates through glances and getting way too close for comfort. If she would just lay down next to her victims she could gather their heat too. But no.....

She wants it all!!!!
Poor MaggieMae.
She no longer has her heavy fur coat.

And my gigantic Log Cabin quilt is back from the long arm quilter and is all bound. I am waiting to put it on my bed. I want to take it to the next guild meeting for Show & Tell.

9 comments:

regan said...

Tulip Fields is gorgeous! I love the border fabric you used!

Mary said...

You have certainly outdone yourself! Your quilt is a work of art!!! I just love it!

Grit said...

Wunderschön.
Liebe Grüße Grit

Brown Dirt Cottage said...

OH MY GOODNESS! This is a FABULOUS quilt!! Your color choices and quilting are spot on!!

hhhmmm, do I have her newest book??? Must go see!

scrappy101 said...

I see you did the quilting on your machine. Could you tell me what pattern you chose for this quilt. Looks great, but I can make out your quilt patter. thanks

Teresa in Music City said...

Wow Subee! It's gorgeous!!! Your colors are so nice. It's definitely on my list to do - right after Talking Turkey and Jamestown Landing :*)

jude's page said...

Quilt looks just gorgeous, well done.

Carolyn Sullivan said...

That is a quilt I would liek to make as well as Bonnie's turkey foot. they are both gorgeous. and you did a great job!

Nann said...

Your Tulip Fields quilt is wonderful. I am mightily impressed by the mitered borders.