Thursday, May 9, 2013

Marcelle Medallion Top Finished

















































































































Yesterday I had a marathon sewing session finishing the last two borders of the medallion quilt.  I am very pleased with the way it turned out.  I think Maddie will love it.  I hope that I can get it quilted before graduation.  It was very challenging, yet rewarding.  I'm so happy it's done!

Hugs,

16 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! Beautifully done :-)

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  2. It's so pretty Renee! :) Happy day to you! xo Holly

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  3. So beautiful... What a project, you must be so proud and happy !!

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  4. Oh my! You did that pattern proud! Lovely

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  5. Great job! The pattern looks to be quite intricate; I don't think I would attempt this. You do such nice work.

    Happy Sewing! and packing :)

    Nancy

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  6. Wow!! It is truly a work of art Renee!! Beautiful!!! xo Heather

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  7. Congrats, it is a stunner. Oh and if Maddie doesn't like it I am sure I could find a home for that beautiful work of art.

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  8. Oh wow! It's gorgeous - great job, well done and I'm sure your daughter will treasure it for always.
    Happy Friday,
    Xx

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  9. Gorgeous! I am in awe that you can find time to do this while packing for a move. Your daughter will think of your love for her each time she sees it:>)

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  10. Your quilt top is lovely Renee.

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  11. It is so beautiful Renee!! Maddie will really love it and appreciate it all the love that went into it:)

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  12. Trueley stunning, such a beautiful quilt

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  13. Don't worry, she will love it. It is stunning!

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  14. This quilt is incredible! Such fine work you did. Wonderful!

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  15. Is there a pattern for this design? It is a lovely design and your choice of scappy makes it look wonderful!

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  16. Love this top and the scrappy look.

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