Thursday, July 30, 2009

Does Anyone Remember This?

I started this medallion quilt (as a wedding gift, I'm embarrassed to say) back in November 2006 and last posted about it here. I've been trying to wrap up some UFOs this month, so I thought I'd add a few more rounds to this. I'm going to put it aside again and work on a few smaller and more modern-looking projects, but I really intend to get back to it again sooner, rather than later! It's up to 66"x66" now - still aiming for 90"x90".

16 comments:

Kirsi said...

It's really beautiful - marvellous colours in it!

Vicki W said...

That is stunning!!

Egater said...

these two quilts are absolutely amazing!!!!
And I have photo for you http://picasaweb.google.com/egateris/Suvi09#5363931822833155714
some more at http://picasaweb.google.com/egateris/Suvi09#
:) there were 6! little ones

Deb said...

That is just gorgeous!

Nancy said...

A beautiferous quilt, looking all the more lovely in front of the house next door!

Dolores said...

That quilt is beautiful and there is so much work that you have put into it already. No wonder it has taken you so long. Are you really going to give it away?

The Calico Cat said...

I remember that - I love how it looks with your neighbor's houses in the background.

Helen said...

I love how the background houses match the quilt! It is stunning!!!!

Congrats! You won my 3rd blogiversarry giveaway! Yahhh!

katie said...

What a wonderful picture, it should be in a magazine. The quilt is beautiful and the color of the house in the background is perfect.

great job all around.

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Judith said...

What a beautifull quilt.

Tanya said...

Oh, it is so beautiful the way it us! I don't think it needs any more rounds! It is too lovely now! Your color choices are fantastic!

Terrie Sandelin said...

Beautiful and stunning!Love both the pattern and the colors you have chosen.

Rose Marie said...

One would think you chose your colours based on the house, the green trees and the white picket fence. Your quilt is lovely and you must show more as you go along.

Andrea said...

this quilt is beautiful and well worth the wait! I love the way your round ro1bin quilt turned out too. How fun

Karen said...

Your medallion quilt is wonderful! I am always attracted to the medallion style. Love the star border as stars are a favorite quilt block pattern for me.

sewkalico said...

That is gorgeous photo!