Wednesday, February 15, 2012

A Theme Going On?

Hmmm, I wonder if I like red and green....



38 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Lori. Yes, I can see a red and green theme going on :)
    That's my goal for this year to make a red and green reproduction quilt!

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  2. Gorgeous!!My favourite colours too!! Just wonderful!
    P

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  3. Whatever gave you that impression? : )
    Very pretty stuff, Lori!
    Funny--I was organizing my men's shirt stash by color to make choosing colors for Randy's Sow-along easier. My piles of red and green shirts far outweigh the other colors. But those aren't the beautiful repro reds and greens.

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  4. very nice! I have a fabric giveaway going on if you'd like to enter :)

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  5. Your center piece is beautiful, Lori! Woohoo.....you're on your way! I just picked up about 12 new pieces of fabric for my jubilee.....will start cutting tonight!

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  6. Just beautiful, your applique is wonderful.

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  7. i'd say yes yes yes!
    love those zebra striped glasses -
    ggguuuurlll

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  8. And what a great theme it is. Don't stop now!

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  9. I love every one of these pieces!

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  10. You'd be crazy not to! It's all beautiful!

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  11. These are WONDERFUL!! And I for one, LOVE the zebra glasses! Hehehe! What fun! :cD

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  12. Lovely!! I love red and green, and you have done a wonderful job of showcases such lovely fabrics!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  13. I know I do :0) What gorgeous projects!!

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  14. Nope don't think you do! You love it ...

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  15. Lori, your blocks and borders are gorgeous!! You do such beautiful applique!

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  16. Beautiful, beautiful....keep the theme going! I've been totally wanting to make a red/green quilt. Gorgeous start on the Jubilee! Can't wait to see your progress!

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  17. That's always a theme around my sewing room (and house!). Love your blocks and borders!

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  18. Red and Green is my all time favorite! Your theme is wonderful!

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  19. Ooh, yes, you do, and so do I! These are all scrumptious!

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  20. Especially That green! Gorgeous!

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  21. Gorgeous colors! Is that first one hand appliqued? I've never mastered that. It's beautiful!

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  22. I like red and green. I like it a lot so I am really liking your photos today.

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  23. You certainly make beautiful things using red and green!

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  24. Do ya think!?! No wonder - red and green does look beautiful on the white background. Lovely!

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  25. I love red and green, so love what you are making.
    Can't wait to see how it comes out.

    Debbie

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  26. Red and Green, it is just so classic, you can't go wrong with it. It looks good in your home no matter what time of year it is.
    Happy Stitching1

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  27. nope. absolutely not. you will have to send all of that on to me~!

    ;-)
    libbyQ

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  28. Such a classic! I like everything you are doing - and the Cherry Tree border is looking really great!

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  29. They go together like apples and cinnamon!!! :-) Gorgeous!!

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  30. Really beautiful, Lori!!!

    Love that colour combination and your applique work is stunning!!

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  31. The colors look so good together! And of course you make them look even better with your lovely sewing.

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  32. Yes, I wonder! if you do I'll guess "Yes"! The applique is awesome!

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  33. No need for a lot of words...your pictures speak for themselves today. Red & green projects make me weak in the knees! ;-)

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  34. Of COURSE you love red and green. But I laughed when I saw the glasses--mine are pink and red and black spots.

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