Here huge work is done. it has turned out very well)
You have done a great job, Gail! Your son-in-law will cherish that quilt for a long time. That cow is adorable!
Thank you, lidia. I hope my SIL will. Hugs, Gail
A beautiful job you have done!/Lillian
Thank you Lillian. Hugs
Very cute cow. Love the quilt and had a good laugh at your quilt pox sign on the all!
Thank you so much. I found that at a thrift store. I just love it. Sounds just like what I have! I have the fabric here for 4 more quilts. Can't get enough of them. Hugs and blessings, Gail
Your quilt is just awesome! I can't imagine how many hours you put in on getting it done. Your little cow is very cute also. Wonderful work!
Thank you so much for your kind words. Hugs, Gail
The cow is so cute, but the Indian Quilt just blows me away. The time it took is unbelievable. The fabrics you used for the sashing and borders is absolute perfect. Let your son-in-law know how long it took and at even $10.00 an hour the labor, cost of embroidery designs, and cost of fabric make this one quilt that should be valued well above what he first thought. A true labor of love.
Thank you so much. Hugs, Gail
What an amazing quilt, STUNNING, your _ son _ in _ law will just love this. The cow is very special, a terrific job. Sandra.
Thanks, Sandra. Hugs
Love the cow and love the quilt. Very nice!
Thank you. Hugs
The quilt is gorgeous. What a lot of beautiful work! The cow makes me smile too! Wonderful job.
Thank you. Hugs
This is glorious Gail, your son in law will be thrilled with it. An enormous amount of work has gone into this and I know, I've made many quilts in my sewing lifetime. Well done, it's an heirloom for sure.
I, for one, would love to know the names of these beautiful looking North American Indians. They look so regal. Do you have names of these men? Are their women in there too? I love photostitch it brings the character's faces to life. It's a work of art. Congratulations, love Chris
Thank you for your very kind words Chris. Yes, the names are with the designs but were not included in the stitching. I could have digitized them but, didn't. I made a list and attached for my son-in-law so he would know who they were. I think that I remember that 3 of them were women. I looked them all up on line and read about them. Very interesting. When my DH saw the finished product, he cry babied (lol) until I told him I would make another one for him.
Oh, I love photostitch, also.
Wow!!!Awesome Fantastic work done...Love your Quilt!!Gorgeous
Thank you so much. Hugs
The quilt is such a masterpiece, Gail! it's sure to be a cherished heirloom and that cow is simply adorable! Great job! Deb
Thank you! Hugs
The quilt is stunning and the cow I sweet and someone is going to love it. If your son in law doesn't like the quilt I would be very happy to give it a great home in the UK
Lol Thank you. Hugs
A masterpiece! Beautifully thought out and made. Your son-in-law should be proud of his MIL. Is he of Indian heritage?
Thanks, Toogie. No he is not. He just loves Indian things. Guess that is why he married my daughter. lol. My DH is part Cherokee. Hugs
They are beautiful...what a work of art in that quilt!
Thank you. Hugs
Wow. That quilt was a lot of work, but well worth it. Love the way everything is coming together in the Indian theme. The cow pillow puts a smile on my face. Great job
Thank you. Glad I could make you smile. Hugs, Gail