Monday, October 12, 2009

Such a pretty quilt

My sister in love made this quilt.

And I just wanted to show it off :-)

Happy quilting!

23 comments:

blushing rose said...

Jocelyn, this is exquisite, bright & such lovely stitching overall.

How are you coming along?

Have a wonderful crisp autumn day. TTFN ~Marydon

kwiltmakr said...

Very pretty. I like the colors.

Cindy said...

The quilt is wonderful, Jocelyn. It says "Summer" to me.

Crispy said...

It truly is a pretty quilt, very old fashion looking and snuggly.

Crispy

Pat said...

Lovely quilt...I always admire the ones done with white as the background but never think to do that myself. Then...when I do, I can't find a white fabric I like for it!

karen said...

I love white but in my house nothing stays white for long. Very pretty quilt.

Allie said...

WOW. I love it!

Quilt Hollow said...

I'm glad you shared...very pretty eye candy.

Shirleymac said...

I agree, it's beautiful. My dream is to make a bunch of traditional quilts with the white background. They look so comforting.

Dena said...

This is a beautiful quilt. Your Sister-In-Love did a fantastic job. Thanks for sharing.

Miriam said...

What a lovely quilt!!!

I really want to make a quilt with a white background.

kjquilts said...

Beautiful!

Barb said...

Yes, it is a pretty quilt!!

Eggs In My Pocket / Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Oh I just love the cheery colors! So lovely. blessings,Kathleen

jodi @ Pleasant Home said...

It is a fabulous quilt!

Tam said...

Very pretty!

ivoryspring said...

That is a beautiful quilt, indeed. Thanks for showing it, Jocelyn!

Have a blessed night!

call me crazy said...

Oh I love the colors! Just lovely! :-)

Aunt Spicy said...

Love how the colors pop on the white! What a beautiful quilt!

Bunny said...

I love scrapy quilts she did an amazing job. Love it.

Marcia said...

I love quilts like that...the ones that have a white or muslin background. It's a beauty.

Notjustnat said...

It's a beautiful and happy quilt. I love it. Thanks for showing it - hugs Natima

Megan said...

I remember that fabric line - it came out right as I started quilting, and I loved it (!) but I had just dropped a fair amount of $$ on Sonnet from April Cornell. Mom bought up some Folklorique, but she's too afraid to cut into it. I keep telling her to send it my way. I'll have no problems doing something with it :)