Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Yet Another . . . .

There's just no other way to say it or make it anything other than what it is, yes it is yet another update for my Red and White Tribute Quilt.

Here's the inspiration,



Quilt # 1040, Pavilion 10, Exterior Top.

Here's my version,

29" x 29"
406 pieces.

Thanks so much for continuing to stop by and watch my progress, it must be like watching grass grow, nothing but red and white somethings every post.

Hang in there, the end is in sight!


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25 comments:

  1. I am happy to keep watching the red and white grow. It's great.
    And if you want to make the grass red and white, I will watch that too!

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  2. It's beautiful! I'm really looking forward to seeing how you put this together.

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  3. I just love it! Simple yet stunning!

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  4. I love watching your red and white grow! I'm also excited to see how your blocks look all together....you must be a math genius, I'm impressed!!! :)

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  5. Thelma, I love watching your progress. Your red and white small quilts are just beautiful. I know the end results will be as well.

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  6. It is not at all like watching grass grow! It is very exciting! This is a very pretty one and your version looks great! I just can not wait to see what you are going to do with all these quilts!

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  7. You get so much accomplished Thelma! The red and white tribute is just wonderful.

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  8. Thelma,
    I am with the majority too. Interesting, mysterious,precise and wow!! Great work! G

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  9. I will NEVER will get tired watching your progress on this amazing quilt . I look forward to your progress you show us each week. Your work is AMAZING !

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  10. It's far better than watching grass grow - for a start I don't think "must cut that before it gets out of control" plus I don't get hayfever from fabric, thank goodness!

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  11. How can you stop??? There will never be enough red and white quilts!! Love watching what you come up with as a tribute to RED and WHITE!

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  12. These posts always leave me amazed. I LOVE them!

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  13. Beverly in WA stateAugust 9, 2011 at 1:03 PM

    Thelma,
    I have enjoyed watching each of your red and white creations come to be. All are beautiful. Looking forward to how it will all come together.

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  14. Another great inspiration quilt. There were just so many to choose from, weren't there?!

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  15. Wow, you've done a lot of red & white! I'm working on a red and white Drunkard's Path, and think I'll never be done. I need it to display at book-talks. Right now I just have 9 blocks; need 4 more.

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  17. can't wait to make another red and white quilt you are really inspiring me
    Thanks!
    Kathie

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  18. It will never be 'just watching grass grow' at this blog. Your work is the best; thanks for the good eye candy and the inspiration.

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  19. It's gorgeous. I love red-and-white quilts.

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  20. Not only do I come over here in awe of what you have been conjuring up in your sewing room... which never fails to impress me... but, I am constantly thinking... how does she figure it all out? How do you do that Miss Math-wiz!

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  21. Can't wait to see the finished product! I want to make just one of your minis, and you're doing them all :)

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  22. They are wonderful. Love what you are doing.

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  23. It looks great, and is not even one iota boring. You're dazzling us!
    Debbie R.

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