Pieces From the Past Quilt Top Finish

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13 Responses

  1. Denise says:

    Have I really been absent this long? Beautiful finish here too.

  2. I love the splash of color and there is so much to look at including the delicately embroidered block daintily sitting in the midst of all the show-off blocks. Bright, Cheerful and just so upbeat. So you!!!

  3. This is awesome!!! I loved watching it come together – and all the colors you used are just perfect together! I agree – the white made a great sashing!! Good job!!

  4. Marti says:

    I like the colors and scale of this quilt. Very nice!

  5. Deb in Canada says:

    Hiya! I did both the double T and the dragon fly ( I called it double canoe) in a sampler. Definitely love that quilt top!

  6. chrisknits says:

    Wonderful job! It has a great vibe, you done good.

  7. Susan says:

    Looks really good Roseanne!


    I love the vibrant colors you chose for this quilt. It came together beautifully. And upside down or right side up, it just doesn’t matter. Now for the quilting!

  9. Those blocks just SIZZLE! I love it! You know, a lot of the antique quilts we see as muted and subdued today were made in bright and cheerful colors that have just faded drastically over time. I love what you did with this one!

  10. That’s really pretty, Roseanne! Your sashing worked perfectly to tie all those blocks together.

  11. Kathy says:

    I love the bright colors!

  12. Melva Nolan says:

    I love it! I love the bright colors and the way the blocks float with the sashing strips. Beautiful!

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