Sunday, 16 December 2012

A Successful Sunday

My Bottled Rainbow Quilt top is finished.

Following on from my last post these were the holes left to fill.

And here are those last four blocks ready to be trimmed.

Layout settled on and finally, below is the finished top.

I am so pleased that this top is now finished.
It is a great quilt for using scraps, including batting scraps.
I now need to settle on a backing fabric and totally
finish it but that won't be until the new year.

Enjoy what is left of your weekend. I am off to
Cuddle my kids that little bit tighter again tonight.
Hugs, Sharon

22 comments :

  1. Wow Sharon, your quilt is amazing, are all those tiny pieces appliqued on? It looks so effective. Thats a great finish.
    I've been hugging my kids all day. That story is so sad.

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  2. wow Sharon that is incredible,well done.
    How horrific for those poor families that lost their children,so so sad.xx

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  3. Wow! Love it. Enjoy your cuddles.

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  4. Oh what a wonderful idea... given the awful circumstances that make you want to... hold them tight!
    Lovely flimsey Sharon.. it will be wonderful as a finished quilt. Merry Christmas :)

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  5. oh my word this is completely stunning!

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  6. Sharon,
    That quilt is mighty fine girl.
    Just love it.
    Cheers, Anita.

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  7. You've worked hard on this today! Great job! Such a sad day, seeing those little faces on the news.....

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  8. This is ever so pretty but it looks like a lot of work!

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  9. That is one beautiful quilt. It certainly looks like a rainbow. Congratulations on your finish. Hugs....

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  10. Nice! I really love the bottled rainbow quilts :)

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  11. Stunning,I love it, great way to use up scraps.
    Xx

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  12. Great quilt, love the individual blocks. Give your little one a hug from me too. It is undescribable madness & those poor parents & families of both the adults & the little ones lost, what can you say. xx

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  13. Your quilt is gorgeous Sharon, such an effective pattern. Enjoy your cuddles, hugs Wendy

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  14. Your quilt is gorgeous. I love the fabrics you have chosen for each of your rainbow blocks.

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  15. Waow !! Your quilt is absolutely splendid !!! One more wonder to add to your collection !
    Merry Christmas Sharon !
    Florence

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  16. Such a gorgeous quilt - love the blocks of colour!

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  17. It's gorgeous Sharon, beautiful choice of colours.
    Therese xx

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  18. I love this quilt! It's so nice to see a beautiful use for all those little colourful scraps I can't quite bare to throw out :)

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  19. It is gorgeous!! Great use of scraps. I'm with the first comment - are the scraps appliqu├ęd on to the white background?

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  20. just lovely Sharon.. another fantastic top...
    Hugz

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  21. how beautiful, I love your new rainbow top!!
    look forward to seeing your farmer's wife blocks. Looks like you are halfway there.

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  22. What a gorgeous quilt! I love how it came together!

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