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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Scarecrow finish

Finally!  All done.  Quilted and binding on.  It is a pretty big quilt to get a picture of.  I did qayg so I will lay the quilt out and take a picure of the back for you.  I am happy with my quilt and I am thankful that this project was offered and I had the opportunity to participate.
Betty

10 comments:

Pam in Texas said...

Betty, I am so glad you posted your scarecrow mystery solved! Love the border. It is perfect for a scarecrow. Can't wait to see the back!

I also enjoyed this project and am so glad I was able to participate. I am looking forward to seeing what they will come up with for the next project. I am sure it will be interesting.

annmarie said...

That is mighty fine, Betty. Wish I could see it up close & personal! Your border shows everything off so well.

dorine said...

Love it! So glad you joined us! It was so much fun for all of us!!

dorine said...

Love it! So glad you joined us! It was so much fun for all of us!!

Susan said...

Wow... this is big! What's the finished size?

Moira said...

Looks great! Congrats on getting it completely finished.

Sandy said...

I just breezed through your blog and several of your quilts. I love that they all tell a story. I particularly like the one with your house, corral and horses - what a family treasure! Applique is not my forte, so I really admire this sort of thing.

Thanks for visiting my blog, and the nice comment. Did you also participate in Geta's Quilters Favorite tips?

Sheryl S. said...

Thank you for your visit. Amazing quilt.what a lot of work. Will be returning later.best wishes from Spain

Jackie said...

Wow, that is one cool quilt! Love it!! Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hi!! I think anyone who has the patience to applique is a hero, I could never quite grasp it. Love the story quilts!!

Cindy said...

You. Said you have the opportunity to participate in making the quilt? I think that means the quilt is for someone else? Amazing work, my grandma would call it handiwork. I enjoyed your post.
Cindy