"...in a time lacking in truth and uncertainty and filled with anquish and despair, no woman should be shamefaced in attemping to give back to the world, through her work, a portion of its lost heart." Louise Bogan, American Poet 1897-1970

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Two Quilts Finished!

     My last post was ten days ago and I had some quilts to finish. I have finished two!
     Kristi's quilt called Tipsy Log Cabin (see original post and my last comment for credits) here:  http://quiltingyaiyai.blogspot.com/2011/04/finish-up-friday.html#comments.

                                                                    Tipsy Log Cabin

                              There are two sets of Prairie Points. This also shows the border quilting.

                      Quilting shown from back. Each block has a rose quilted in the center.

     This is the Quilt of Valor soldier quilt that is finished. I found out a local man is going to Afganistan in December and he will be given my quilt before he leaves. Gives me goose bumps. My husband told me they grew up together and he knows him well. More goose bumps. I am so honored.
     Two down, two to go! YAY me! Who am I kidding. There are two left that were mentioned in my last post, but there are far more than that on my WIP list.  *grins*
     Wishing you blessings and finished projects of your own, Deborah


  1. two amazing quilts! you're on a roll!
    I just love the tipsy one--the quilting is giving me big ideas for a little FMQ!!

  2. Amazing is right. Love your Tipsy...that's so awesome and your quilting details and prairie points on the other are really something! I had a aha and wow moment for my morning over! Lovely work, Deborah!!

  3. Great finishes! Love the quilting on the rose one!

  4. hello Deborah I thank you for visiting me and leaving such a sweet comment ,I love your tipsy quilt and what an advanced quilter you are, I love your quilted rosed and the prairie points you added ,and such a nice quilt you are giving to the soldier it will really make him feel like a piece of home is with him ,I wish you happy quilting.

  5. Hi! Greetings from Finland! Your quilts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world! :)