Thursday, January 20, 2011

Remember this?


do you remember this?


Well it now looks like this

Those colours are so me.
and here it is in its new home
Very simply quilted by machine and apart from the Sashiko in the middle all of it was made from fabrics in my stash so you have to love that.
Going now to get started on another quilty type project, gosh this is fun.


Tori said...

Linda, it looks wonderful! Perfect and very creative!! Wish i could do soemthing like that one day......

Tori xx

Tracey said...

love it and can't wait for us to start our next project.
oooo the excitement.
love me :-)

suzitee said... gorgeous! The colours really are so you...and it looks so great on your coffee table. Wow, you are working through your to-do list this year...bring on the next project!

Tracey said...

Just beautiful Linda. I wish I had the ...what ever it is to finish the one I started. Maybe it is confidence. I'm a that looks about right kinda person and that doesn't work with quilting eh!

Tracey said...

Hey I just thought.....maybe thats why I like vintage and shabby looking stuff!

PinkBlingCrafter said...

Linda, it's gorgeous! I wish I could make one of those OMG I love it!!! and the color and my thing too Linda:) How long did it take you to make it?

Love Is In The Details said...

So pretty! I am in awe, I so wish I could sew, let alone quilt! This is lovely and I am ashamed to say I can't believe I wasn't following your blog until now. Glad I finally made it over, I am loving it here! :) Andrea

Katherine Thomas said...

I want that! You do the most amazing work with fiber and fabric! Do you ever sell your stuff? You should! I have a quilt that my stepmom made for me and she had it appraised. It was worth over $2,000. The time and effort and skill that goes into that type of project is monumental. But what I love about quilts is thinking of all the hours and moments the quilter spent working on it, and what a huge part of their life was devoted to this quilt. PRecious!

kathie said...

Very clever Linda. i would have no idea where to start on a project like that!

Janellybelly said...

It looks ever so beautiful Linda, a gorgeous addition to your home ;)