Tea Flowers Reveal and June OMG

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18 Responses

  1. Oh your quilt is wonderful! The cream dots are perfect contrast with the Tea Flowers fabric.
    Well done with the math, I always get a mental block trying to adjust patterns to fabric sizes 🤪

  2. helen says:

    very nice. I don’t have a good track record for mystery finishes, but this is a great one for you. As Vicki above said, win win

  3. Lisa says:

    This is beautiful and I love the way you quilted it.

  4. Oh Roseanne it is magnificent! You chose a wonderful pattern to compliment the fabric. I’m so glad you decided to participate. The long wait was well worth the suspense. 😊

  5. Oh here it is!! I LOVE this red and cream MYSTERY herringbone quilt! You and Sue are having way too much fun:). I have that chalk marker as well and can’t believe how nice it is to use on those dark fabrics. Thank you Sew much for joining along in the MYSTERY. It is always such a pleasure to sew with you!!❤️❤️

  6. Roseanne,your herringbone quilt is beautiful! I love it 🙂

  7. cozyquiltslb says:

    Good job ladies….your fabric choices were great. I especially like the Cream on Cream.

  8. Cocoa Quilts says:

    Love this one. Herringbone has been on my list for awhile too.

  9. Susan says:

    That’s a real beauty, and it was well worth waiting to see how your mystery turned out! It looks so pretty on your porch next to the flowers, too. I do NOT have that photography knack. My husband did, because he was a professional, but I m lucky when something turns out artsy. LOL I’m going to have to find something I can try this with – without a design wall! I might have to sew it in quarter sections. I usually don’t sew either rows OR columns, but use the Eleanor Burns flags method … which I suppose comes down to columns first, left attached, and then across rows.

  10. So cute! But I might get dizzy looking at it!!! I found out I can get your blog to load on Firefox. And I dreamed you called me last night!! LOL What is it with me dreaming about you two?

  11. Kathryn says:

    So pretty, what a lovely quilt. Ah yes the old HST! I kinda hate them!! Lovely photo on the porch an ideal place to photograph it.

  12. Barbara Esposito, @The Quilted B says:

    This quilt is beautiful – colors are perfect too. I am looking forward to making my own…and the list goes on and on!

  13. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne and Sue; This is a lovely Herringbone Quilt! The fabrics you chose are just gorgeous and create such beautiful half square triangles together. Plus, what better way to make a quilt such as this style than with two people. Dividing up the duties makes everything go along quickly and before you realize it you have a lovely quilt! I know I have one on my to do list, if I can ever get past the one I am doing now. LOL. Have a great day and thank you for sharing!

  14. Shannon Fleming says:

    Love the classic look of this one.

  15. Patty says:

    That quilt is beautiful! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish!

  16. Well, isn’t that just the prettiest little quilt! Love it!

  17. Vicki in MN says:

    That came out so very nice! And a finish, win win:)

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