Monday, November 4, 2013

Wildflowers Quilt...



It's good to be back in the Thread Shed...



I am inspired to finish this Quilt.

It has been stored in a pizza box in pieces

for 12 years:


Wildflowers

This is made from Hoffman Florals

I started it a dozen years ago.

I finished piecing the borders today.

It is photographing poorly....sigh.






I grabbed a few big florals to piece a back for it...






It is ready to go under the needle.






Yes, Gunnr sleeps soundly under his new Quilt!




The sunset was so inspiring last evening:


The view from the back door...






Wishing you lots of inspiration!




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11/16/13





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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi



7 comments:

Ineke said...

Beautiful quilt!

Heather said...

YOur quilt is the perfect foil to the gloomy weather we've been having in my location. I also have set of completed blocks stored in boxes awaiting the day they will once again see daylight. At least they aren't going bad where they are.

claudia said...

I'm excited for you to get that quilt done! I have so many projects sitting here waiting...waiting...I worked hard on the room that will soon be called my sewing room...it's a long haul.

Sarah said...

Your quilt is lovely.
Sarah

treadlemusic said...

Such a bright, happy UFO!! So glad you have brought it to this point. Can't wait to see what stitches will be used!! Hugs......

Susan Owenby said...

lol, pizza box. nice! It's lovely - good on you for getting it done!

DonaleeK said...

I just recently discovered you and your site, and have been going through a bunch of your quilts.... and what I have to say is.... you are amazing! I have found myself coming back here time after time. The sunflower quilt from a while back is awesome... and I love how you showed us the steps along the way. Learned tons. Can't wait to see how this one turns out!! Thanks for the inspiration and I wish I lived closer!