Thursday, February 10, 2011

Just thought you might like to see this quilt, that I finally finished! I really, really, don't like putting the binding on, and find I am a terrible procrastinator. lol

Thank you all for your suggestions for the name of this quilt
I've decided to call it "Some Bunny Loves You" I've been working on another smaller version of this quilt in the pink and hope to be able to show you something soon.
Bye for now.

11 comments:

Allie said...

Oh Dorothy they're so gorgeous!!! I love the Art Nouveau style of the flowers! And the bunnies - I just want to pick them up and cuddle them! Funny how there's always one part of the quilt we can't stand to do - I love doing the binding, it means I'm almost done, lol! You are SO talented, my friend.

marina said...

what a magnificent quilt.The details of the flowers is beautiful. I don't mind the binding either, as Allie said it is the finishing step. Quilting is my hold up.
Apt title for the bunny quilt.

Dolores said...

Great quilts. I tend to procrastinate too. Bad habit...

Betweens said...

I love putting the binding on if you want me to do it I would be glad too..LOL
It looks absolutely gorgeous your quilts are so fab!! and your work is just as lovely you are a gifted quilter Dorothy

Susan said...

They are both FABULOUS!!!

Carrie P. said...

Wow!! Dorthy your new quilt is stunning. Well done.
It is a good name for you bunny quilt. Look forward to seeing the smaller version.

Carrie P. said...

Happy Valentine's Day. Hugs!

Pilar said...

Hi Dorothy, How are you? Both quilts are wonderful.Thanks for stopping my blog.
Hugs

Myra said...

The quilt is wonderful Dorothy!!! Love the quilting you've done on it! Looking good!!! 8-)

"Some Bunny Loves You" is quite fitting! 8-)

ButtonMad said...

Great name for the bunnies - they are too cute.

Jo said...

I love your applique quilt with the celtic look on the borders. I have a whole box of celtic designs that I have drawn and wondered what I would ever do with them. You have inspired me to just add some applique to the blocks, either as overlays to the celtic, or ?? haven't figured that out yet, thanks for inspiring me to get them out again. Joan in Nebraska

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