Sunday, April 19, 2009

Yes, Another Sampler


It's her first quilt.
It's for her mother who is having surgery.
She made a nice label.
She could only afford an all-over.
She wanted flowers in the E2E.
I think she will like how it turned out.
Because of the various blues, from bight blue to pale blue, I used King Tut Mirage (which are tonal blues) on the top. The back had blues also but these were leaning more toward aqua so I used PermaCore Brazilian Blue. The customer provided her own W&N batting.

1 comment:

Mary Beth said...

Your quilting is just wonderful!

Your gardening...you have some beautiful flowers, I love them. Peonies, one of my favorites. I understand you need ants to make them bloom...do you all have ants, or is that just a Missouri thing?

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