It was a busy weekend, but I made sure I took the time to add the final border to my Civil War Bride Quilt. Voila!! Of course, I am very excited to have finished this rather ambitious quilt. Also, a little sad to see the entire process come to an end. Looking back on my blog posts, I see I started stitching this quilt on July 1, 2012, and finished stitching it on Nov. 11, 2013. Time really does fly!!
Til next time…
21 thoughts on “Finished!!”
Breath taking! You are an inspiration to us all.
Magnificent quilt, what a treasure for you and your family
Kerry – It is a masterpiece!!! Yes, inspirational! I will continue on my quilt, hoping one day to complete it-
No, I will not roll my eyes! It’s beautiful. I’m a beginner in hand appliqué then I admire all this work! Have a nice week!
Just gorgeous!!! Congrats on finishing….
It looks amazing!! I will miss watching your progress with this. You’ll be handquilting it though… Right? So there might still be progress posts :0)
Absolutely Beautiful !!! Love how you arranged the blocks different from the original. Looking forward to seeing how you quilt this one.
So lovely.. wish I had your talent!
Amazing work! You take on an ambitious project like this and make it look easy! Thanks for sharing with us.:)
A work of art.
Congratulations! A masterpiece!!
Congratulations – it is stunning! Lovely how the light blue glows in the eggs and flowers. It is a really happy quilt!
Congratulations!! Such a stunning quilt. How will you quilt it?
It’s beautiful! Congratulations! It is lovely to rejoice with another on the completion of a distinguished project. I have just begun and have already lost a lovely Dutch chintz I bought in Houston at the show. It was just big enough for the dress. I think I must have left it on my bed with the covers. I hope this does not portend the process. Since I am in the final stages of Pandamonium by Kim McLean I am anxuois
To have my next quilt waiting in the wings. I think cicil war bride will be relaxing compared to Pandamonium. I donT know if you know Pandamonium but it is daunting. At any rate, congratulations again,
I have enjoyed your progress.
Civil War Bride was the most enjoyable quilt I ever made. Yours is beautiful, the blues just pop and the tablecloth fabric in the center is just great.
Congratulations on a beautiful quilt. Big effort ! Look forward to seeing you quilt it.
I just popped over from the CWB blog…your colors are so beautiful and your top is stunning! Every time I see one of these tops finished, I want to make ANOTHER ONE! (Aren’t I nuts?) I had so much fun making mine and I have SO enjoyed watching everyone else take the journey. Teresa :o)
Beautiful finish! Looking forward to what the quilting will do to this quilt.
Congrats! This is beautiful!
I love it. Congratulations on such beautiful work!
I love him, so beautiful and only in a year!