Friday, February 6, 2009

Recess is finished

Final pictures of the quilted and washed Recess quilt. I'm quite pleased with the quilt. (But not the pictures of the quilt. It kind of looks like a trapezoid in this picture.)
I am equally pleased with the back. Yum. A perfect, cheerful quilt to work on in 'blah' January.

9 comments:

  1. I am not usually a fan of picture panels on a quilt, but I absolutely love your Recess quilt. Great work!

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  2. what a super sweet quilt! i love the puckery goodness.

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  3. I wasn't sold on the border originally, but I love it! The back is like a wonderful surprise. Like on the back of DaVinici's stuff. There's a painting at the National Gallery that is displayed on a wall with a clear back so you can see both sides of it. What are those called? I forget.

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  4. It looks great Amy! I found your blog through some mutual friends! Funny how small the world is. -Jessica Ribble

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  5. It looks great! Love that cheery back too - it's been so blah today . . .

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  6. i love this amy--especially the border, i love anything american jane. Such great colors.

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  7. Pretty quilt. I realy like the washed wrinkled look.

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  8. I just love the recess fabric and your quilt is beautiful. The back is equally lovely.

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