Wednesday, October 27, 2010

One Flower Wednesday



This is my last post for one flower Wednesday.
I am going to sandwich this quilt and I hope to start hand quilting it in the mornings before going to work so it may be awhile before it appears again.

38 comments:

Catswhiskers said...

My word... what a beautiful One (lots) of Flower(s) Wednesday(s)...

Please do show your progress whilst wuilting it.

Also please can you show a close-up of the borders?

Stunning work. I am so inspired.
Gina

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

That is spectacular...

Kate said...

A beautiful quilt,,,well done...please don't stay away too long...would like to know how you sre planning to quilt it please..

Barb said...

Oh my, that is just wonderful...it is amazing, it seems like just yesterday you started this one flower Wednesday and now you have enough for a whole quilt....

What time do you get up in the mornings?

JustCindy said...

It is beautiful! What is the size?

Tudy said...

That is beautiful. How many hexies are in it?

solomi558 said...

Really nice quilt , the little Lily Bug must be getting quite a big Lily bug now--cottonreel

grendelskin said...

It's just gorgeous! Do post progress pics from time to time, I think lots of folks (myself included) are interested in the process of hand quilting.

Anne-Mette said...

Breathtaking. What a beautiful flowergarden you have made.
I too would love to follow your progress on the quilt.

Karen said...

A very bright and beautiful flower garden Betsy! Enjoy your morning hand quilting. How do you plan on quilting it?

Susan said...

Oh my gosh...it's just gorgeous!

Darlene said...

Wow, it's stunning! It's been fun to watch this one grow into a beautiful garden.

Needled Mom said...

It is stunning!!! I love the colors in it!!!

Rhonda said...

Betsy, your quilt is beautiful and so colorful. I love the border and can't wait to see how you quilt it.

Yvette said...

That is one of the best hexagon flower quilts I have seen. Great job!

WoolenSails said...

I love the colors you used and the green background shades. It really has the feel of flowers in a garden, beautifully work.

Debbie

ROZ said...

Outstanding piecing! Great colors too

Sheila said...

Really beautiful Betsy , you did a lovely job on this and you should be very proud of it !

Saskia said...

O,WOW! what a beatiful quilt that is! I love all the different greens between the flowers. Such a great quilt. Good Job!

Tine said...

it is stunning!!!
I will miss one flower wednesday...can't you continue these posts as you are quilting it?

Carrie P. said...

Hey that is more than one flower. lol! Great job. It is lovely and you should be so proud.

Gerda Hartman said...

Wow, looks great!

Stray Stitches said...

Absolutely beautiful!!

Joke said...

I'm impressed!
Your quilt looks wonderful.

ELP said...

Your quilt is fantastic!!!!!!!!!!

Miriam said...

Ohh my goodness!! Your quilt is magnificent!!!!
I really love the green!
Congratulations on amazing work!

Vivian said...

THIS is what keeps us going with our seemingly endless projects. It's a stunner! Love your mixture of greens for the stepping stones.
Happy hand quilting.

Steffi´s Candy Quilts said...

Wow, congratulations to your finished top! And what a beautiful one! I love the effect of all the different greens between the flowers.

Zoey said...

Congratulations, Fiesta, on getting the top finished! It is beautiful!

Sandra said...

This is so beautiful! Can't wait to see how you will quilt this. Congratulations on a job well done:)

Deanna said...

Oh. My. Stars. That. Is. Beautiful.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

It's fabulous Betsy! Hand quilting too - wow!

Wendy said...

Wow, must feel great to be moving on to the quilting stage! Very pretty!

Cisca said...

Stunning!!! I love the greens between the flowers, gorgeous!

Happy quilting, Cisca

Kim D. said...

Very nice and you finished that quickly. I've been working on a GFG for years, I call it my forever project.

Joan said...

WHat a beautful hexagon quilt. You must be so delighted to get it finished...Well done you... its fantastic!

Renate said...

How lovely! Your Flower Garden is really beautiful. I would love to see your progress in handquilting.

Barb said...

Wow!
one of the best hexagon quilts I've seen. It's just wonderful!