Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Tuesday at the quilt shop


It's finished!

This quilt was so much fun to do.
I am going to miss spending Tuesday's at the quilt shop!
We had a blast!!!
So, what's next you ask...
Well now, that's a SECRET cuz I am making a gift for someone
who just might be reading this :)

Now, it's back to the garden.
It needs some TLC which I am more than happy to provide.
So until then happy gardening!

~Nancy~

9 comments:

  1. Wow Nancy! Can't wait to see this in person. It looks amazing!

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  2. Beautiful quilt, it amazes me how you all can do this, take lots of little patches and make them look so very beautiful, hugs my friend.

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  3. GIRL! We would be total besties if we lived near one another! Love the quilt! I've made one in my life, but I'd love to have a pal to quilt with! I bet your garden is great! Now a green thumb I don't have, but I would totally enjoy yours! :) Have a great day!

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  4. This is so beautiful!!!!! My friend Sherri, paper pieces and LOVES it so much. I really need to give it a go! This looks like a stained glass window! amazingly beautiful!
    I have enjoyed catching up on your blog this afternoon. Such a swwweeeet tribute to your daddy. I still miss mine all these years later. I get a 'homesick' feeling when I think of him. Remember when you went to your grannys or a friend's and got homesick in the middle of the night? that's it.
    I'm having a giveaway over at my blog if you get a chance to come by.... XO

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  5. Oh Nancy~
    I got started in the garden and spent 8 hours working out there. My house will have to wait until Saturday. I go to Miss Billie's tomorrow.

    I am so tired~I am going to crash.
    Yes~I would love to share a Diet Coke and visit.

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  6. What a beautiful charming quilt!

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  7. Beautiful quilt...looks like stained glass to me :)
    Gardens...oh, yes, best get to mine while it's still cool....have a lovely weekend!

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  8. The quilt is lovely! It looks like stained glass:>)

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