Saturday, January 28, 2012

Individualizing the Tops

SpeedyClaudia lives up to her name---the top is done.
I enjoy seeing how people have individualized these.
She put fabric with sheet music in three of the corners.

Coleen used blue and gray sashing.

Sheila set hers with a paisley print and a star formed in the corners

A detail....
What a paisley and a nice miter.

SJGilbert made a medallion-like set with the stripe from Civil War Reunion for the border.

Another nice miter.


Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Lovely quilts.

http://thankfullga447 said...

Amazing, the colors work so well with all of the individual quilts.

Betty Lou said...

Love them all, see some great ideas for finishing mine. I am still having withdrawal on Saturday mornings, it has been a great quilt along. Thank you so much, look forward to the book.

WoolenSails said...

They are all beautiful finishes, love the way each border changes the look and feel of the quilts.


Quilter Kathy said...

These are such gorgeous sampler quilts! Very inspiring to get me to finish my blocks!

dhodsdon said...

I like the last one the best because of the colors used. Clearly all talented quilters!!!

Rachel said...

mmmmm, what eye candy these quilts are! beautiful work ladies!

Anonymous said...

i love your pictures

fourth grader ' mrs. manis'class

Anonymous said...

i love your quilts they are lovely.

Anonymous said...

you have lovely quilts

forth grade

lyon elmentry

Anonymous said...

This is really cool!!!! :)

Fourth Grader
Lyon Elementary