These are wonderful quilts and say a great deal about your care for the very lucky recipients.
Your ability to create beauty from "scraps" of precious material astounds me. These two loved people are going to receive a gift of your love. Now for a commercial break:"Near Philadelphia" -the town, not the person- is having a Kindness promotion. Can you imagine a whole town creating and doing kindness to one another? Why don't you start a campaign in "Near Your City"!<3
Beautiful finishes. You will be touching hearts with these quilts.
I especially love that first quilt - something about the colors.And "for someone who needs to remember to rake a nao" --what a great gifting reason.
Wow! These quilts are both glorious and standing ovation is in order for all the finishes you've managed to accomplish! Well done!I particularly like the colors and layout of the first quilt but those blocks in the second quilt are near and dear to my heart. Lucky, lucky recipients!Hugs!
I have the pattern for the first quilt that you show. After seeing your quilt, I think I'llrethink my color choices. Both quilts are very nice. Thanks for sharing.cindy
Lovely quilts! The first is one of my favourites - I even have fabrics picked out but I think I'll need to think about a second one in blues and purples. The sampler setting is striking and with all the popular sampler patterns, yours stands out.
I love the setting of the FW blocks, Nancy. Very clever and interesting!
Oh, I LOVE the colorway of the quilt on the top.And the FW blocks in their spare, modern-ish setting look great.
Both beautiful! How lucky the new owners will be.
Two more lovely quilts!!
If you can believe it, this die-hard CW fan actually likes the first quilt the mostest! : )I love your reasoning behind the gift of the second quilt.
wonderful quilts!!I love the second one, thanks for sharing the pictures
Two beautiful quilts, Nancy. I'm here from Susan's post. Merry Christmas.
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