14 February 2010

A Puzzle for Angus

56" x 66-1/2", washed and dried,  plain borders, backing and binding from stash.  The fabric diet has definite advantages. 

Had lunch with The Schoolgirls yesterday - first time since early December.  So lovely to see them.  Dreadful weather here for the last week or so - feel like we should be in the Highlands - fog, loads of rain - excellent stitching/sewing weather.  Who would believe this is the middle of our summer?

13 comments:

alda said...

wow, it's wonderful!!!!

Maria said...

Lynda the quilt is just fantastic.Nice to spend time with your friends.
We'er having beautiful weather over this side. 34 today, just nice.

Yvette said...

You did a great job quilting this. It looks so cozy, I just love it!

Chookyblue...... said...

wow this looks great.......heard we will not be seeing you at GDITC......bugger......

Cardygirl said...

Gorgeous quilt! You must be thrilled!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Oh Lynda..how good does that look, Angus will be very happy with that I think, well done on your finish...Peg xx

Suzi-q said...

Looks great Lynda, well done

Bev C said...

Hello Lynda, Love the colours you have chosen and all from your stash. You must get extra points for that. Happy days.

Bec said...

A fabulous quilt! I bet you are so glad to have it (a slow works in progress) finished; and I bet Angus will be too! Fantastic work!

Lucky-1 said...

Lovely:)

Vicki said...

That Angus is such a lucky young man! The quilt is gorgeous,Lynda. I really like the pinwheels in the borders, sets the whole thing off beautifully!

Cathy said...

Your quilt turned out so beautifully!!! You did such a great job with the borders.....it really makes the blocks stand out! I just love it.
Cathy

JENTHEBUM said...

That is so nice, very effective, well done.

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