Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Coming together

The center is now all stitched and I just have one appliqued border to work on before putting this all together. I was a little unsure about the flower color choice I made for the center but hopefully it will grow on me once the border is added.




I won't be doing much stitching for the next few days as instead I will be watching my grandson while his parents have a little getaway. He is only 16 months and a very active little guy so I am sure it will be a busy, fun few days!

Happy stitching!

13 comments:

audrey said...

Wow! So exciting to see! I think your center color is perfect. Love the brightness of it!

Oops-Lah said...

Have fun! Your quilt on the wall looks great, by the way!

Cardygirl said...

These blocks look fabulous!

Bunny said...

First when I opened your blog the head photo made me take a big breath it is gorgeous. Such beautiful handwork.
Love all your blocks.
Bunny

Every Stitch said...

Goodness! seeing them all together is wonderful - the colours are beautifully chosen ! It is going to be a stunner.
Hilda

Michelle Ridgway said...

It is coming together beautifully. It is stunning. Well done. Have fun with your Grand baby.

Valerie the Pumpkin Patch Quilter said...

Gorgeous!

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

Very Nice! Love that dark border...it's perfect!

Glenda said...

What a stunning header you have, it is breath taking, such beautiful colours and flower arrangement. Are you a flower arranger too?????? Your centre block is perfect, it is not taking the eye away from the other beautiful blocks but does stand alone so so beautiful. I hope you don't change it. Cheers Glenda

jjthor said...

Such a pretty quilt!! Hope you have a great time with the grandson!!

Michele Hill said...

Absolutely gorgeous Heather....can't wait to see it finished. Enjoy your busy days with your little grandson. Hugs from Michele xx

Jane in Wales said...

Oooh it is beautiful!! I just love all those colours!

Julierose said...

this is just gorgeous--what an amazing amount of patient work you put into this...I love it Julierose