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Monday, October 5, 2015

My Nearly Insane Journey is over!

After 5 years in the making with quite a bit of down time I have finally finished my quilt. I had it machine quilted by Judi Schon for those who live in Auckland New Zealand. Unfortunately the photos don't do justice to the quilting, but I am really pleased with it, and happy to have it finally finished.

If you click on the photos it will enlarge them. 
Thanks for looking
Sue








3 comments:

Ann said...

Congratulations! It's beautiful. Five years seems to be the magic number for these quilts.

betukbandi said...

Beautiful! I am finally starting off on my journey. I have my fabric selected and plan to foundation paper piece it as much as I can! I will be using Quilt Assistant free software to draft my templates.

Julie said...

Wow - what an heirloom piece this is. Well done.