Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Bear Paws

Just a quick update on the bear paws - all the blocks are together now and I've decided on two easy borders. Hope to have the whole thing sandwiched this weekend, but am very worried about quilting something this big on my Bernina! Hopefully, there will be more photos soon.

17 comments:

Screen Door said...

I love this!!! To me, it looks like a quilt that should be in an oceanfront summer cabin. I'm a huge fan of plaids. Great job!!!

dot said...

Bear Paws is one of the patterns I have never made but want to. This is lovely. I just read about the school shooting in Helsinki. What a tragedy. That happens there also, not just here in America.

jeanette said...

It looks great!!!

Libby said...

The quilt looks great . . . don't worry about the quilting - just relax, then scrunch it up and stuff it through. You'll be amazed *s*

Nancy said...

So pretty!

Suze said...

Your quilt will be a welcome comfort. Especially after looking at the scene outside your window.

Deb Geyer said...

Bears Paws is one of my favorite blocks. It looks great in plaids!

Laurie Ann said...

Looks great! I like those plaids ... looks really cozy and warm!

Britt said...

It looks great! Are you going to insist he use it in his dorm room?

Katherine said...

Gorgeous! I love all those plaids. What a great looking quilt.

Sølvi said...

This is the most beautiful bear-paw-quilt I have ever seen. Look forvard to se it finished. Solvi in Norway

Guðrún said...

I am sure your brother will love it.

Deb said...

It looks wonderful! The plaids and colors are very refreshing. Don't worry about the quilting...you'll do fine.

Andrea said...

I can't believe you are giving this way - it is absolutely beautiful ! You have done a lovely job and good luck with the quilting !

Jeanne said...

The bear paw is wonderful! I can't wait to see it quilted. Love the plaids and colors you used for it.

Fiona said...

I love plaids, and the bear paw block is a great way to display them.

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

Looks fabulous, you should be very proud, tracey