Saturday, October 24, 2009

An Old Project

Here is an old project that I remembered I had this morning coming home from getting groceries. I found the quilt right away and hung it up to take a pix. This is "Emma's Courtyard" by Jo Morton. It is supposed to have one more big border on it that is all appliqued. I have the blocks put together to applique but I just don't want to do them. I like this just the way it is, and it is a really nice size already. That's my story and I'm sticking to it! It will now go into my "ready to quilt pile".

12 comments:

Kathie said...

I like it too!
looks great! just think it could be hanging up or on a table by next weekend! congrats!!!
can't wait to see it quilted.
This is one of Jo's patterns I hope to make one of these days!
Kathie

Angela said...

Lovely quilt! I think it looks just right the way it is! :o)
I really like the rich colors! Great for fall/winter!

Quilt Hollow said...

I too think it is perfect just the way it is! Gorgeous!

blushing rose said...

Love it the way it is! It is awesome.

Have a wonderful warm weekend. TTFN ~Marydon

Julia said...

I love it as it is too...
Beautiful!
Julia ♥

PatchworkRose said...

I just love your version of Emma's courtyard. I have this pattern too and hope to make it one day too. Thankyou so much for sharing yours. :-)) Cheers
Lynne

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Did you hear me gasp when I saw this picture? I've always loved this quilt and wanted to make one. I think yours looks great without the border. Cant wait to see it quilted -- I know it will be a beauty!

Brenda said...

That is a gorgeous quilt. Perfect.

Janet said...

I love it how it is too, you only have to please yourself. The colours are great.

Jackie said...

I think the quilt is fantastic just the way it is! Wonderful!

Jeanne said...

I love it! Congratulations on a great finish.

Jan said...

I agree looks great as it is. Your Sherman March is gorgeous. Also like your new blog photo. Question, what are you hanging those tops with and where can I get some? Great idea on a louver door.