Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Maggie Walker Quilt











I seem to get myself in trouble during the summer.
I saw this quilt and I knew I wanted to make it since my daughter had gifted me lots of blue fabric from a trip she had made to Ohio.
It is designed by Maggie Walker and slowly I am getting the easier blocks done.
These are all the blocks I have completed since the summer.
I do hope this one does not become a UFO since I am working on several other projects.

16 comments:

JustCindy said...

What a beautiful pattern! The pieces you have done are beautiful as well. You find the best patterns.

Janet said...

It's a beautiful quilt pattern and your blocks are fabulous. I do hope you keep nibbling away at them, it'll be worth it.

Barb said...

Oh.....my stars...that is just a to die for quilt...no wonder you you had to make it.....

Nancy said...

I love this. It will be so wonderful when you get it all together.

Deanna said...

So, here you are tempting all the rest of us. :) You won't be able to resist finishing it. Who would?

Yvette said...

WOW! That is going to be beautiful!

Needled Mom said...

Those blocks are just gorgeous!!!!

Helena said...

What a beautiful quilt, love it!

Sheila said...

That is a beautiful quilt and your fabrics are a perfect fit ,it will be gorgeous .

Debbie said...

this is so lovely.... thanks again for the wonderful february towel.... you're the best!

Carrie P. said...

Wowee! Some really fabulous blocks. I love the bowl of peaches and cherries.

Gari said...

It's not a UFO if you are still working on it, however slowly. And it is so worth the time spent: beautiful.

Rhonda said...

This quilt is going to be stunning. I love the blue on yellow concept. I think you will definitely finish this one. I'm rooting for you!!!

SewCalGal said...

Amazing quilt. Stimulating to the eye. Yours is going to be beautiful. Fun to see it progress. And I look forward to seeing it when it is finished.

SewCalGal
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Joan said...

What a lovely design, its an unusual pattern - the blocks are looking great.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I love teapots. This one is darling.