Miri, It is beautiful!! It was worth the wait.
I love black, red, and white together. It really looks great!
Very beautiful!hugz, Pam
Congrats on your finish Miri...You have made a wonderful quilt.Maybe I will try to make a Log cabin quilt once, I have tried it but it did not come out well at all.
How lovely! I can really see the work you put in this wonderful quilt. Great job!Haupi
!Hola soy Maribel! y no no he hecho nada con motivos amish, ¿tu has hecho alguno?si es asi dime cual para verlo Gracias.
You have an amazing blog, it is really very awesome, if you’re interested here is the link to my blog of poetry, it would be awesome if you could check it out and follow if you like. http://thehumanicana.blogspot.com/Hoping you have a wonderful week filled with inspiration and laughter,Grant-Grey
Thanks for visiting my blog and posting a nice comment. You're very talented in quilting- I admire black and white work (which is how I do most of my portraits).Blessings!
Hello!I just discovered your blog and I am so impressed with this quilt! I like the optical illusion that it creates.I like logcabins, I've never done any yet, I'm just starting with quilting...Anyway, I really like your blog!
Wow, this quilt is stunning
Thank you so much for visiting my blog and commenting on my first quilt. Ha ha, of course as you said it's impossible to stop at one. I am already working on my second quilt and my 9th month tummy is not supporting me at all. ;)Your quilt is absolutely mind blowing. :)
This looks great!!! I love black and white and the addition of the red really sets this quilt off, well done!!!Jodie :)
I love it. hugs from Italy
That is lovely quilting - I have only quilted by hand so cannot imagine trying to feed a quilt through a machine. Is there a 'secret' to this?Best wishesJenny
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