Friday, February 12, 2016

Ohio's Miami Valley Sampler Quilt- Made in Oregon

 Here is the finished Ohio Sampler quilt. Pieced in Oregon, machine quilted in Ohio.


The quilt was a mix of both of these books. 

My friend and quilter did a wonderful job on this quilt.



It was fun, historical and whimsical!!


Here's my Instagram feed for this week.

It's been a wonderful week and am looking forward to the weekend. 

Make it great!

42 comments:

  1. What a fun mix of applique and piecing...love it! Your deer is darling!

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  2. A good ending, Lori. The quilting is the icing on the cake. Are you going to use the quilt on a bed?

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  3. Just beautiful Lori. The quilting really makes your piecing and applique stand out.

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  4. Fitting to have it quilted in OHIO! Like it went home to be completed. Lots of fun feather all over. Looks great!! It's definitely Humble with the mix of blocks in it.

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  5. Love it, such a beautiful quilt. Congratulations to this gorgeous finish.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  6. Gorgeous! Love the rich golds with the red and pinks.:) Wonderful to have it finished!

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  7. Absolutely beautiful!! Love the deer!

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  8. Oh Lori it is beautiful. The quilting is wonderful. Hugs

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  9. Another beautiful finish! I love this! The quilting is really fun too.

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  10. Gorgeous! Love all the fun blocks and lovely fabric choices.

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  11. Absolutely charming! Beautiful quilting, too!

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  12. Wow! It's amazing! Is the appliqué by hand?

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  13. What a wonderful quilt. Was the assembly quite a puzzle?

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  14. Beautiful, Lori! I enjoyed every minute of quilting it for you. A true sisters thru OH quilt!

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  15. I could look at this quilt for days! So many fun surprises. What a delightful combination of blocks and colors. Good job!!

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  16. It's beautiful! Love the shoe with the flowers in it.....Just stunning!

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  17. I just love this one...both the applique and quilting are beautiful. The My Deer is so cute :)

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  18. it's lovely and must feel really good to have another completed!!

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  19. Beautiful. That quilt it truly gorgeous :)

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  20. It's a fantastic quilt! Beautiful blocks and lovely quilting. I have the book and it's on my bucket list of someday quilts............

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  21. A gorgeous finish Lori! I love the folk art applique.

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  22. A gorgeous finish Lori! I love the folk art applique.

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  23. Fantastic! Love the colors too.
    Happy Sewing

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  24. Completely charming! Wonderful job, Lori!

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  25. This is awesome. I have the one book, must look for the other one. Side note. Tim RETIRED today, for real. We might stop by in the next 2 weeks. Renting a MoHo and hitting the road for 10 days.

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  26. Gorgeous! And so Inspiring! Congratulations on a wonderful finish!

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  27. Beautiful quilt! The quilting compliments the applique very nicely!

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  28. Your Ohio Valley-inspired quilt turned out great! I enjoyed watching it grow over time and you've inspired me to at least start planning my own Ohio Valley-inspired quilt (although mine will have a Louisiana theme!).

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  29. Kat did an amazing job quilting that!! Absolutely beautiful!!

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  30. Gorgeous quilt! A mix of this and that!

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  31. Lori, i love sampler quilts.. this one's a beauty!

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  32. great job combining the patterns!

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  33. What a treasure. The quilting really finishes it off beautifully. Love Old Tom!

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  34. I just grabbed my books about the Ohio quilts out. And while googling about this subject I came upon your blog Lori. I started years ago a sampler like this you inspiration helps me to start again. This quilt is beautiful

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