Sunday, October 18, 2009

A Sunday Finish!

I was given this beautiful Sunday off from working at the elevator, and so after church I came home and worked on Sherman's March to try and get it all put together. I am so happy with how it turned out!
Now off to work on some applique and try and figure out what quilt I will work on next. I have to piece something before going to work every morning. Decisions, decisions.

16 comments:

Patchwork Penguin said...

Oh it turned out lovely!!! I'm going to have to find that pattern.

Hugs!

PatchworkRose said...

Colours are so simple but quilt is so striking. I love it. Cannot wait to see it quilted :-)
Cheers
Lynne

Julia said...

Just beautiful Carol!
It looks quite a big quilt!
Julia ♥

Quilt Hollow said...

It's a beauty. Can't wait to see your quilting!!

Janet said...

It's a wonderful quilt, it just looks magic.

Linda said...

Beautiful quilt! The color selection makes it even more dynamic!

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

LOVELY!!!

Lori said...

Gorgeous! Isn't it great to know a project is done? On to the next, will be anxiously waiting to see what you choose.

Carol said...

It is just wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Angela said...

I love your Shermans March quilt! I really like the black prints you used - I may need to find some of those! They are so unique! (At least to me!)

Dawn Heese said...

Absolutely lovely! You should be feeling pretty good.

sewprimitive karen said...

That's so pretty!!

Brenda said...

I have major quilt envy. That is beautiful.

Christine said...

What a beautiful quilt, can't wait to see how you quilt it.
cheers
Christine

NEEDLEWINGS said...

Oh I love quilts like this! It just gives me opertunities to quilt all sorts of feathers! I have been going to work on a quilt something simular and the pattern walked out of my studio! I can always draft my own I suppose. The problem is, I always quilt for everyone else but myself! LOL

Mary L. said...

Just discovered your blog and enjoying going back through your posts and looking at some fabulous quilts. I love Sherman's March. Can I ask where you got the pattern?