I finished the binding on the Roman Holiday Stars quilt and got my man to hold it up for me today...He asked me who was getting this one...we are...we're keeping this one...I just love it!
I got the quilt top done today for our local Hospice...I used the Collection for a Cause fabric, Heritage...it looks so old...this is one beautiful group of fabric.And as I promised...here's my cute little snowman ornament that Lynda gave me on Saturday.
Isn't he a cutie!
Isn't he a cutie!
Tomorrow I need to get back to my dog blocks...need to get the other half of the herd done, so I can get it to the quilter. There's never a lack of things to do!
Carol that hospice quilt is gorgeous!! And of course you know how much I love the Stars quilt :) I am so happy that all is well and good with Hampton--yay!! Cute little snowman ornament. I can't believe how close Christmas is...yikes!!
So glad to hear that Little Hampton is ok!! What a relief!! Like you said.....if we only all had the problem of having to EAT!!
Your'e quilts are gorgeous!! So fun to see your porjects!! I love the dog one that you are working on!! Have a good mid week!!
Great report!! You did a great job on the hospice quilt. Someone is going to feel the love when they receive that one. Your star quilt is absolutely beautiful.
I love both of your quilts...the one for the hospice is absolutely beautiful, and of course i love the one you get to keep as well...it's nice to be able to keep some of them, isn't it?
Your quilt is beautiful! The hospice quilt is really ncie too. It will be very comforting.
Wow! I'd keep that star quilt too -- I LOVE it! I've always loved that pattern.
Woohoo! Hampton is good-to-go! Fill him full of good stuff LOL!
Love your star quilt and the hospice one too. You've been busy. Glad to hear that Hampton is doing well. I've never heard anyone tell me I need to eat. LOL Quite the opposite.
Great quilts. Good nice about the little guy, too. Relief!
Glad to hear all is well. The hospice quilt is so warm and beautiful! Darling little snowman. Now I can see way you're keeping that quilt. Beautiful.
What great news!! So glad all is well with Hampton.
Love the stars quilt and the one for hospice is scrumptious. What a wonderful gesture.
Oh Carol, glad everything is fine with the little man !
Love this star quilt and the ornament made by Lynda adorable!
I love snowmen!
So nice of you to make a quilt to help Hospice...
its a great quilt.
Thank goodness Hampton is okay. I know that was a big scare.
I love your star quilt. It is so gorgeous. I want to make one!
So glad to know that little Hampton is fine *s*
I think you are wise to keep that quilt . . . I know I wouldn't want to turn loose of it!
How many fat quarters did it take to cut out the dog quilt?
Your snowman pin and tomato pincushion are both great little gifties.
I am glad that Hampton's report is good thus far and I hope there are no more scary episodes.
Your donation quilt that you are working on is going to be a good one. The fabric selection is right up my alley.
Darlinnament. I love the half square triangle borders in the star quilt. Thankful about Hampton---Yes!
Your quilts are beautiful. I'm glad you are keeping one to snuggle under with your man. The Snowman ornament is darling. How fun.
Carol, the feeling of relief deserves a toast!
And um, those stars and border are might luscious! They make me want to admire by recreating in my own home.
The sincerest form of flatterly love, *karendianne.
Yay! so so glad your gs is okay.
I just love your Roman Holiday star quilt, I love stars...What kind of background fabric did you use? When I squint at the pic I can't tell! LOL
The hospice quilt is lovely, how big are the blocks and how big is the quilt? It will provide lots of comfort...
My friends and I made some of the blocks for Lynda's quilts! It's a small world...what are the chances I'd read your blog, that you know Lynda, and we made blocks? I can't wait to see the finished quilts! We all still gt together to quilt or do projects for other charities...we just finished a Tshirt quilt to raffle off at school (we all work at a school)for a scholarship fund. Lynda started us on this journey of sewing together for others!
Thanks to all!
You already know I'm happy about Hampton's report. Huge sigh of relief!
Here's the plan for your quilts - you send them to me, I'll get them quilted and send them right back to you. Yes, really I'll send them right back - really I will. ROFLOL They are both beautiful - glad you're keeping the stars!
So glad to hear that Hampton is well. Kids can scare the life out of you! Your quilts are wonderful! Cute snowman! I made a bunch of those last year for my grandkids. Still looking for this year's ornament project.
I am glad Hampton is ok. Love your quilts. I am really into these boxy patterns and cannot wait to make one!
It is uncanny how similar our tastes are! The Heritage collection is my current favorite fabric group. And you are way ahead of me with your Coventry quilt. Mine isn't even quilted yet! Good news about Hampton.
Very, very beautiful quilt Carol! Love the snowman too!
Your start quilt is absolutely lovely! It would be very hard to part with that one...
Your star quilt is breathtaking, Carol! I would definitely keep it too. The hospice quilt is beautiful - that fabric line is so elegant. The snowman pin is adorable, and the best part is, every time you wear it you will think of your friend.
Oops! I'm a dummy - I thought it said "pin" not "ornament". I can't read this morning, can I? Oh well, every time you LOOK at it you will think of her.
Oh, and the eating problem? I see food, I eat it. LOL
Oh, I love the star quilt! Don't blame you for wanting to keep it!
The hospice quilt is lovely. Love the star quilt.
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