Saturday, January 24, 2009

C'est fini!

Yaaaay! The top is finished!! I'm not going to add borders - I like the way the top looks kind of vintage just ending like that. I'm entirely thrilled with how it's come out.

Ohhh heavens ... what am I going to do now?? (just kidding) :-)

40 comments:

Vicki W said...

It's lovely!

Paula said...

I really, really like this one! Great job!!!

Michele said...

Very, very pretty! I love the vintage feel of it, too. Nice work!

And next, I'm thinking you'll be stash busting for some new and glorious design! :) I'll be supporting you all the way!

Hugs, M

Suze said...

You should be thrilled. It is lovely.

Shari said...

This quilt is absolutely gorgeous!! Congratulations on a job well done. I agree with the no borders. Perfect the way it is.
Cheers!

Vickie said...

wow that has turned out stunning ..job well done again...what atreasure
cheers Vickie

Andee said...

It looks fabulous! Excellent job!

Pat said...

Lovely!

Maggie A said...

Lovely quilt

Marj said...

I like how it looks with the stars and a kind of a secondary pinwheel. I'm sure your next project will be just as good looking. Kudos for a job well done!

Linda B said...

Very very pretty! Congrats!

Fiona said...

Just gorgeous - the colours are perfect together.

Andrea said...

It's amazing - very well done.

Joyce said...

Gorgeous! How will you quilt it? That's always my dilemma.

Rosaline said...

It sparkles even more now. What a spectular pattern. I've studied it a bit and I can't decide what "pops" more, the deep pink cornerstones or the black/white squares. Love it.

Bonnie said...

Those cornerstones! WOW!! I love what they do to the whole top...fabulous!

Bonnie

teodo said...

UAUUUUUU it's fantastic!
I like very much the fabrics colours.
ciao ciao

Denise in PA said...

I love it! And, you're right, borders aren't at all necessary!

Toni said...

So Pretty. Your piecing in perfect..Cant wait to see it quilted..Toni

Ruth's Place said...

Oh! I love this!

Idaho Quilter said...

Marvelous!

Carolyn said...

It's beautiful, I love the color palette you used.

tami said...

Stunning. I really love your color choices.

LC said...

No superlatives remain! I am eager to know how you will quilt it too. Lovely work, Tazzie!!

Elaine Adair said...

Stunning!

Quilting Junkie said...

Now, you are going to quilt it and give it to me. Just kidding. It's really beautiful and certainly looks vintage.

Jeanne said...

Tazzie, that's another terrific quilt! I love watching your quilts grow.

Sew Create It - Jane said...

It's stunning! You always make such lovely quilts.

sewkalico said...

well done!

bettsy said...

This one really sparkles.And I love the colours. What a great design.

Quilt Hollow said...

The quilt is stunning but the cornerstones really make give it the wow factor!

Terry said...

That's just beautiful! I love the little cornerstone squares. They really add to the overall design!

Tracy said...

Stunning!

Anonymous said...

Love it! Love it!! Love it!!! When will the pattern be available?

Shasta said...

It is so beautiful! I just love your fabric / color selection.
I found the pattern for the block - it is called Dogstooth Violet, it is in a book called The Quilter's Recipe Book by Celia Eddy.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Really effective... love it!

katelnorth said...

It's gorgeous - I like that you've chosen not to border it - works well.

Lori in South Dakota said...

you're right, it's perfect as it is, very vintage looking.

Suzie said...

It is beautiful! I love the pattern.

sewprimitive karen said...

It looks SO fabulous!! Oh, the oldy colors and the oldy pattern, it's so great!!

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