Monday, June 22, 2015

Ta-Da! Ohio Sampler!!

I got the Ohio sampler top assembled!! 
 It was quite the puzzle.

I hardly had space to lay it out. I assembled from the top, then started at the bottom and met in the middle...sort of.
 Here are a few closer up photos.
 I added the flag to fill in a 23x8 " space. I like it so much.



It fun, its quirky and its humble! All just the way I like it!

63 comments:

  1. Beautiful top. It was quite a puzzle to put together, but it all worked out beautifully.

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  2. Great job! Are you already working on your project? L

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  3. Woooow....! So beautiful !! Great work Lori, you can be proud of you !

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  4. Looks fantastic, Lori!! Great job getting it all to fit together. Your flag is awesome!

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  5. Outstanding job! Love this and can't wait to see all the added dimension quilting will add.

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  6. Love, love, love it. Great job.

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  7. Fabulous! I LOVE this style sampler/planned leftover/some of everything quilt.

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  8. Wowsers! The shoe with flowers is my favorite block.

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  9. Tremendous! You have really inspired me to start a sampler quilt. I just love it.

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  10. It turned out to be a delightful quilt. So interesting to look at. My eye just jumps from place to place and that's good.

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  11. I love the flag too! Good job on getting it all together. It really did turn out well. Good job!

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  12. it's also gorgeous.....every bit as good as a lori smith pattern.....love it!

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  13. I love a sampler that has to be puzzled together, just adds to the primitive look. Beautiful

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  14. So much to look at in this quilt. It is wonderful Lori. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Fun, quirky, humble--and wonderful! You forgot that last part. The flag was a perfect filler and looks like it was meant to be.

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  16. "Ta-Da" is right! Your Ohio Star came out perfect! Great job mastering the puzzle.

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  17. Precioso !!!!
    me gusta mucho
    saludos

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  18. That is really wonderful Lori! I can't wait to see how you will quilt it now!

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  19. It is absolutely gorgeous ! Ta Da is right! :)

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  20. Oh you have solved your glorious puzzle! I love it, it is just wonderful. Hand quilting for this one?

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  21. WOW! It's beautiful!!! Great job! What a great feeling you must have to have completed it.

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  22. It looks wonderful! I can see how that would be a bit of a puzzle to put together. So many fun and interesting blogs to look at!

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  23. Yeah, another finish. Wonderful colors. How is your progress on EPP gems? I have only gotten 2 done since Shipshee. Thanks for teaching Donna and I your secrets for gems.

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  24. Yeah, another finish. Wonderful colors. How is your progress on EPP gems? I have only gotten 2 done since Shipshee. Thanks for teaching Donna and I your secrets for gems.

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  25. Love it! It is so colorful and interesting. I love to see all the amazing applique!

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  26. AWESOME!! Love how it all came together. Will you hand quilt it?

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  27. WOW, you did it, and it looks AMAZING... your must be chuffed!!

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  28. Beautiful top! You did a great job figuring out how to get it together like that. The flag addition is perfect!

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  29. Well done Lori - it is truly delightful!! and not so humble at all :)

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  30. A beautiful Album, so many interesting blocks, so much to study and enjoy. I love the inclusion of the whimsical blocks like the chicken and the shoe. Hand quilt?

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  31. Now that's a great puzzle! Well done!

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  32. You figured out the puzzle is s delightful way. Fantastic.

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  33. Congratulations on this wonderful top Lori,
    such a pretty quilt.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  34. Just awesome! I could stare at it for a long time and not get tired of it!

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  35. Hurray! You put the puzzle all together. Looks very good. I see you did a flag in the long space where I used the hands block. Good idea. I have enjoyed this sew-along more than any other I have participated in. Thank you for taking the journey with me.

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  36. Simply fabulous! There is so much to look at in this quilt - a veritable treat for the eyes! I particularly like the tomcat, rooster and feathered star!

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  37. Lovely job! You have worked on this a long time and it is wonderful to see it come together! It is a real treasure. I'm anxious to see it quilted and bound, ready to go on a bed. Enjoy using it!

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  38. Beautiful!!! I can't wait to see it quilted too!!

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  39. What a wonderful quilt, Lori!!!! The "fill a space" flag is perfect!!!

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  40. It is gorgeous! You should be so proud, I just love it. Hugs,

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  41. Yes, it suits you very well! What a great quilt. I just love how whimsical and vintage looking it is!

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  42. Color me impressed! It was no small feat, I'm sure, to get all the pieces to play together. You did a wonderful job, getting it together. I especially love the little bars of saw tooth HST fillers instead of plain sashing to fill and square. Genius!!

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  43. This is beautiful! Simply amazing!

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  44. Congratulations Lori! It looks soooo good.

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  45. Coming to your blog tonight by way of Cindy Brick... what a beautiful quilt!! Thanks for sharing this with us!!

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