Sunday, October 28, 2012

Blogger's Quilt Festival Fall 2012

Amy has done it again! For all of those that cannot go to International Quilt market and Quilt show we have our own online version!! What eye candy too!!
Here is my addition:
My red and white Irish Chain was inspired by the Infinite Variety Quilt show in NYC.  I can't wait for the holidays so I can display it in a prominent place in my home.
Machine quilted by me, as well.

Click this link for the quilts!

44 comments:

  1. Great Quilt.... Infinite Variety inspired us all BUT you have finished your quilt, way to go.

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  2. Oh, wow! I have an Irish Chain on my quilting bucket list but wow, this is beautiful! Might have to move it closer to the top of my list having seen this one. Thanks for the nudge!

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  3. I never tire of seeing red/white quilts, and the classic simplicity of this one is outstanding. Well done, Lori.

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  4. Beautiful quilt - I love the red/white combination. I think it might have been Amy's last Bloggers Festival where I first discovered your blog!

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  5. Thank for adding your Red and White beauty to the Festival. A reminder to get working on my JT2.

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  6. It's a beauty, Lori. Really has the vintage look to it. Wonderful!

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  7. Such a classic! You'll never get tired of this beauty.:)

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  8. What a stunning classic quilt! And your quilting is fabulous.

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  9. Your quilt is amazing! Red and White quilts
    are stunning and this Irish Chain is way at the
    top of the list for beauty.

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  10. just beautiful I will never tire of seeing this quilt
    thanks for sharing again
    kathie

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  11. Love the red and white just gorgeous. A red/white quilt is on my ever growing list of quilts i want to make.

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  12. What a beautiful quilt! I can just imagine how much work went into this beauty! Love it.

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  13. Your quilt is fabulous! What a great job....love the quilting pattern in the border-- so perfect! Vbg

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  14. Bellissimi i quilt a due colori!
    ciao

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  15. A classic pattern and duo of colours, your quilt looks gorgous.

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  16. Simply striking and breath taking too! Love that you kept the quilting simple for that old fashion effect.

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  17. Girlfriend, this should be displayed prominently RIGHT NOW!!! LOL It is absolutely stunning!!!

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  18. What a perfect contribution to the blogger's quilt festival!! It is so beautiful!!

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  19. Fantabulous! Love the red and white...your quilt will surely inspire others! Good luck in the festival!

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  20. Great entry. I do love the red and white.

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  21. Wow! This quilt is gorgeous!! I love it!!

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  22. A quilt that lingers in my mind...

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  23. I would NEVER wait for Christmas to hang this beauty!! she would hang proudly all year round!! LOVE this quilt!
    P

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  24. Oh, how I love red and white and your Irish Chain is stunning. I think I would have it up all year.

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  25. Loved seeing your R&W - it was our first meet up -
    The quilting on this is so stunning!
    xx

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  26. Wow! Great job! Your quilting looks so great.

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  27. She is a beauty. I think you can show her off any time of the year!

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  28. Great job -- you really captured the antique feel. So crisp and fresh!!!
    I nominated it for best 2 color quilt.

    Come see my entry #46 Batik Tulips
    applique, hand quilt, wall hanging

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  29. Beautiful!!! Irish Chain is on my bucket list. Love yours with the red and white.

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  30. Why in the world would you wait to display this beauty!!! Absolutely stunning!

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  31. Red and White.. my favorite thing, unless it's blue and white and then it's a tie :) Great Quilt! Get's my vote :)

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  32. Beautiful quilt, I'd love to have that in my home. =)
    How big is it?

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  33. Lori, this is just stunning!!! Your quilting is gorgeous as well!

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  34. Wow, amazing quilt! It definitely gets my vote

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  35. I love the antique quilts and this is a beauty. Great quilting, too.

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