Friday, December 5, 2014

Wool Applique "Flowers"

I got my flowers quilt back from the quilters and finally got a chance to look at it up close and personal. 

Thanks Kat for doing such a beautiful job of quilting! It's suits the quilt perfectly.

I brought it downstairs and trimmed it up. Next to make binding and apply it. (not my favorite part)

I'll get a full on shot soon!

Thank you for your kind words about the quilts I display during the holidays. 

Tomorrow I'm having a Saturday blog post featuring Sujata's new book , "Cultural Fusion"! Please check it out and enter to win yourself a copy.

29 comments:

  1. I love your new quilt. It is such fun to see the quilting bring all of the work of creating the piece come to life.

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  2. This came out great! I love the wool applique with the cotton pieced settings. And the quilting looks beautiful.

    lizzy

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  3. Dear Lori,
    this looks great, love the way your Quilt looks, even if there are just a few pieks.
    Love to see more, this one is beautiful.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  4. I love this one! Can't wait to hear about Sujata's book tomorrow.

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  5. Beautiful Lori! You are one of the most prolific and superb quilts I have ever seen!

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  6. I really like your new quilt. It’s fun to see how quilting can change a top into something spectacular

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  7. What a gorgeous quilt and in time for Christmas!! Beautiful!! Can't wait for tomorrow!! Love Sujata's Peppermint Daisy quilt! It has been added to my TO DO List!!
    P

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  8. Your quilt is so amazing quilted like this !
    And be sure we will be a lot to try to win the Sujata's book !! :)))

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  9. Love your quilt! You did a great job with the wool applique and I love the connector blocks too. Awesome quilting!

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  10. I don't like doing binding either. Love that quilt, though! :)

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  11. Wow - the quilting makes each of the motifs POP, huh? Binding is one of my favorite parts of making a quilt, so if you send it to me I'll get it put on there - but maybe I'll forget to send it back to you? LOL

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  12. Wonderful quilt and quilting!

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  13. Oh your flowers quilt looks wonderful! Love how she quilted around those flowers and really showed them off.:)

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  14. I like seeing how to quilt when there is wool applique involved. I don't seem to get such tops quilted because I don't know what to do. These close-ups help give me ideas.

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  15. Love it. Still plugging away at mine

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  16. Ooh, she did do a nice job quilting it. I can't wait to see the whole thing!

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  17. Beautiful quilt--learning to do wool and cotton is on my bucket list for 2015

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  18. Your quilt is looking beautiful and it'll be done in time for Christmas too. I'm looking forward to your post on Sujata's book.

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  19. PS Pls be sure to show us the backing? I always like to see what you ve used for the reverse.

    thx

    lizzy

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  20. Me gusta!!!
    es realmente precioso....
    saludos

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  21. the quilting really looks great. It really highlights all the applique.

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  22. the quilting really suits the quilt, LOVE the quilt, its beautiful
    Kathie

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  23. That's so beautiful - I love the way it was quilted. blessings, marlene

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  24. Really brings all your work into superb focus! I've never minded doing bindings, lucky for me :)

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  25. I love your flower quilt. It is so happy. She did a wonderful job on the quilting.

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  26. Looks fabulous! I always love how quilting makes quilts come to life.

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  27. The quilting complements the wool applique. Simple and not over done.

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