Love the colors. Very attractive.
ah I think you did a wonderful job on this quilt & who ever receives it will be thrilled with it~hugs~
I think it is beautiful! Job well done!
Lady from church ended up buying this quilt because she loved it. Goes to show, someone thinks it pretty! Thanks!
I see nothing ugly here!
Thank You, Neither do I!
i thin kit is very nice and pretty, great use of colors!
I think it is very nice and pretty, great use of colors!
lovely idea , a great way to use up panels .I made this one for a lady at our church who loves horses ,she has been very ill
this is an awesome quilt too, well done Monika, ~hugs~
Wonderful I am so glad to see this, as it is how I thought to do a panel quilt.
Thank you, doing the panels are a problem today. I use to sell lots of pillows with these panels, but people just not into the wild life pillows anymore.
thank you sew much!
This is a super quilt, maybe your daughter just does not like the material or the colour. You have done a great job with this quilt. Sandra.
Thank You, someone out there will love it and the colors!!
I don't quilt so i appreciate all quilts. I guess My "D" is your daughter. Tell her you will definitely leave it to another member of the family. I feel like Dear Abby! Kay
This will go to a needy person and they will love it.
Lovely Quilt maybe it is just too dark for your daughter.
I feel if you didn't sew when your mother was teaching, If you know nothing about material, if you are watching and not helping, keep your opinion to yourself, even though I love her. LOL!
That about covers the subject! I like it!
Love your quilt love the colours, whoever gets this will be very lucky.
Thanks for looking. Most of the people who have gotten our quilts are thankful. LOL!
Invite her to join your group and design the next one. :)
Hey! Great Idea!!
Lovely quilt, some one at your church will love it. I agree with the other ladies, it needs more quilting ties. Thank you for sharing.
Yes, that will be done this week. Thanks for looking!
Dear Sandy, well as an avid patchworker/quilter - may I make a suggestion. I would sew in the ditch around the 6 main squares and maybe around the outside ones as well. It's a quick alternative than having all of the quilt quilted! It doesn't take long as it's just straight stitching. I love your binding and you've matched the colouring perfectly. Congratulations on finishing it off. Love Chris
Yes, I agree, only thing is I sew and make tops and other girls put together. We do give them away, so don't have time to do a lot of extras. I did stitch in the ditch on 3 lap quilts just before this one. Thanks!
Well, to each his own or her own...I think you all did a lovely job...although I would recommend more ties to help prevent the batting from shifting which it has a tendency to do if it is not either tied or quilted enough...
Thanks! Yes, needs more ties. Was going to go to church and get thread, Then talked myself out of going. 71/2 miles.
Also we only have material people have given us, and I think we have been given some very nice material. LOL!
As avid deer hunters, any of my guys would love this quilt. I think it's nice too and if your daughter thinks this one is ugly, I know she wouldn't appreciate some of ours, we make. You have done a good job and really very pretty.
I know someone will love it, even if she thinks not!
I agree with you. I think it needs more ties or quilting. As far as the comment from your D........ Everybody's taste is different and it is by all means not ugly. Some like traditional, some more modern and someone that loves nature will think that is a absolutely gorgeous quilt. You go girl and create what you enjoy.
Thank You. I know if it was quilted it would make a difference, but to much work to give away.
The quilt is lovely. Tell your daughter that if she thinks it's ugly, then she can go ahead and make one. I really have a beef with her comment that it's "ugly"...can you tell?