Monday, May 25, 2009

Finished Prairie Paisley Top






This is an awful picture. It's too big for my living room, and the grass was wet outside. Should have put it on the bed. But at least it's done. Now to go piece the backing.

Happy Memorial Day.

32 comments:

Vicki W said...

Congratulations! It's beautiful!

Infinity Quilter said...

It's gorgeous!!! At this rate I'll get this year's Patchwork Party top done before the Prairie Paisley one.

Bon said...

Do I see Puppy teeth marks? LOL

Very pretty. You could store it at my house if you'd like.

Yvonne said...

It's so beautiful.....I'm really sorry I never got any of that fabric line. How's Penny doing....keeping you on your toes????

pdudgeon said...

that's a very beautiful quilt. congratulations on getting it all into one piece.

jlk said...

It looks fabulous!

Carol said...

Fantastic finish!

Erin said...

Its gorgeous - In dont know that I would ever be brave enough to make a quilt that big!!

Screen Door said...

Gorgeous project. I can tell from your typing----- That puppy is doing the trick!

Karen said...

This is the one I wanted to do but never ordered any of it. Too many projects on the fire as it was. I just love the setting.

Yvette said...

I have never joined the Patchwork Party because of all the work ordering the blocks from different places. Now I am sorry I didn't join in. That top is spectacular!

Jeanette said...

That's really pretty!

Cathy said...

That is gorgeous!! I haven't seen that pattern anywhere....may need to do some searching.
Love your new puppy! What a cutie!
Cathy

Darlene said...

Oh, Vicky it's fabulous! Applause, applause!!!

Jean said...

Wow that is pretty...interesting setting too.

Cathy said...

Pretty! You need to get it quilted by July 4; it is perfect for the holiday.

jillquilts said...

It's gorgeous!!!

Sharon said...

Wow, this is beautiful! Job well done.
Sharon

Randi said...

That is so pretty! Can't wait to see how you quilt it!

Perry said...

Gorgeous quilt top as usual. Glad to see you churning again. Penny is just precious...I can see why you fell in love with the """ machine. Looks like she wouuld be a great one to love.

Miss Jean said...

It is just absolutely beautiful!!!! You did an awesome job. I'm sorry I didn't get my block made in time to enter for this month (or made at all for that matter). I'm doing a surprise birthday party for my Mom's 86th birthday and it's taken all of my time. Hope you're enjoying the new puppy!

maryw said...

Omigosh!! It is gorgeous!! It makes me want to try a Patchwork Party quilt also! I wish I had done this one!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic quilt, you've done a great job, it's really lovely,
Sue..

little acorns said...

It's so nice to see it completed. . . ! ( know. . . it ends up being a big quilt doesn't it!?! (btw - I gave in a got a new blog site. . . one that PC's will 'play nice' with! I hope you can come & visit!
Please give hugs & loves to Miss Penny. . . I know they are such handfuls at her age. . . (but are so worth it in the end!)
xo, Bren

We Would Rather Be Quilting Administrator said...

I love this pattern where did this come from? Not to mention the colors are well put together!

jaybird said...

i'm impressed... i really like the layout of the 12 blocks and then the applique in the triangular areas created by the blocks.

Elaine Adair said...

Wow - different, AND beautiful!

Janet said...

Wow - your quilt top looks amazing!! The setting is so unusual - I love it!

Lisa D. said...

It's absolutely beautiful, Vicky! I love the setting!

Quinta da Quilter said...

Stunning!

Heather said...

This quilt is gorgeous! I love the fabrics, and the pattern. Wow :D

Nan said...

No it's not an awful picture! It's gorgeous!!! Nicely done, Vicky.