by ethan 23 Dec 2015

Grandmother's flower garden quilt for one of my daughters. Top is not quite finished. about a weeks work to do on it. Sorry I had put in Projects but as it has no machine embroidery it should be here in sewing. G


by sewtired 29 Dec 2015

Lovely, my grandmother was a quilter and this was one of the patterns she used often. She did everything by hand, even the piecing and all the pieces were individually cut from scraps. I think this is what kept her alive so long. She probably would have gone batty without quilting and other needle arts to keep her occupied. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

by Shisha 29 Dec 2015

This is absolutely gorgeous but then again, all your work is gorgeous! Your daughter will treasure this!

by marianb 28 Dec 2015

Such patience, Wonderful work your daughter will treasure it.

by toogie 28 Dec 2015

Absolutely beautiful! So many hours of work! I know it will be cherished.

by jrob Moderator 23 Dec 2015

This is absolutely breathtaking! Thank you for sharing.

by sdrise 23 Dec 2015

very pretty!!

by grannycottage 23 Dec 2015

Famous work and well done. Merry Christmas.

by brendalea 23 Dec 2015

Lovely quilt. Merry Christmas & Happy Stitching

by Midnight1 23 Dec 2015

Beautiful. Thanks for sharing

by ethan 23 Dec 2015

Thank you for all your lovely comments, Merry Christmas to you all. G

by mysew1325 23 Dec 2015

wow.. this is beautiful....

by katydid 23 Dec 2015

Beautiful! Lovely work. Kay

by dee 23 Dec 2015

Beautiful quilt. Thanks for sharing

by tonilee 23 Dec 2015

this is wonderful, had to go get my husband to show him, even the edges are great

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ethan by ethan 23 Dec 2015

I will trim the edges even and add a border. G

by crafter2243 Moderator 23 Dec 2015

This is truly a work of love and a awesome quilt. Thank you for sharing it with us.

by 02kar Moderator 23 Dec 2015

It is stunning and I'm so glad you are showing it off.

by decojo 23 Dec 2015

Absolutely beautiful!

by oaro 23 Dec 2015

Beautiful I do work an one now it is lots work love it Maria

by spendlove Moderator 23 Dec 2015

I absolutely love this - what size are the hexagons?

ethan by ethan 23 Dec 2015

When I started cutting them I cut 2.5" strips and used a template and rotary cutter to cut out. when edges are turned over the papers they measure 1.75. I now cut them with a go cutter and die and cut the strips at 2.5/8". I look forward to seeing your quilt .G

ethan by ethan 23 Dec 2015

I have just measured each edge and thy are 1" G

by mops Moderator 23 Dec 2015

A marvellous piece of work! This will be a heirloom, your daughter will be thrilled.