Monday, July 2, 2012

Jubilee Progress


Here is the progress I've made on my Jubilee quilt. There are still a lot of wide open spaces that I plan on filling, but I was happy to get the baskets appliqued.  It too is packed up in my Sister's retreat pile to work on.

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  1. I know I probably said this already but it bears repeating. This quilt is gorgeous, and getting better the further you get along on it.

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  2. Looking good--actually great--going to be fabulous! Enjoy your retreat!

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  3. FABULOUS. It just love your project Lori

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  4. That is truly gorgeous, love the fabrics and shades you used, it really looks like the antique ones.

    Debbie

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  5. Lori,
    It is so pretty, I am in Awe!
    Curious to see what you do with the empty space.

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  6. Looking good! Did you foundation paper piece the spiky arcs? Have a great time in Sisters/Sun River with the girls. I just can't swing Sisters this year :-(

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  7. You are certainly a cross-country quilter.
    Look at you go on this Jubilee quilt! It will be cause for a jubilee when you have this stunner completed. Just beautiful!

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  8. LOri, it's a great quilt and quite an accomplishment! You have done well.

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  9. Looks great! And will look even better when a bit more is added!

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  10. Beautiful! Your colors are sharp and clear and the work is incredibly inspiring. Love what you're doing!

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  11. What a treasure and family heirloom this will be!

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  12. That is a wonderful quilt! If you are like most women, you will take at least 3 times the amount of projects than you can possibly get to for your retreat! But better to be prepared, right? Have fun! I wish I could go to the quilt show this year - hopefully, next year.

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  13. This is so awesome! I love it! And the open spaces are going to be so beautiful filled with quilting!

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  14. It's fun to watch your progress.

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  15. Beautiful quilt------ your work is outstanding. Enjoy your retreat at Sisters------I went to the quilt show in 2000 and in the late 80's we rented a cabin on the Metolious River and I visited the Sisters quilt shop when it was in it's old location.

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  16. Really beautiful!! Your colour placement and choice makes it shine!

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  17. love the set!!! And all that fabulous applique! It really is a quilt worthy of the 'Jubilee" title. cheers, CW

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  18. Fabulous Lori!!!!! Will it have borders?

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  19. Wow, this quilt is amazing. Really look forward to what you add next - a stunner for your jubilee!

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  20. This is looking so wonderful Lori!!!! You should be so pleased with progress and layout, a future heirloom - definitely!!!!

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  21. It's lookin' good Lori!! My heart is all a flutter!!

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