Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Ruth's Quilt top is Finished, Yay!

So pleased to be sharing this with you.
My "Ruth's Quilt" quilt top is finished & I'm very happy with it.
I decided to add a little to the width & length of it, mainly because I still had fabrics to use.
Backing fabric has been purchased, but I'm at a mental block with how I want the quilting.
After all the hours put into stitching the designs, it's not something I want to rush into... neither do I want it languishing unfinished too long either... decisions, decisions!

Thank you to Helen and all the ladies over at the No-Fuss SAL blog who have supported me, complimented me & encouraged me along the way.
Helen you can update me in the sidebar now, LOL!

16 comments:

Pamela said...

How pretty! Very well done!

Michelle Ridgway said...

Yummo! It looks gorgeous! Well done Anthea. Mine is all cut out and stitched, just needs assembly! You must be so happy with it xx

Ondrea said...

Oh my! It looks so lovely. Well done girl!

Helen said...

Fantastic news....I will fix the sidebar immediately....so glad you had fun... looks great

Joy from Days Filled With Joy said...

Oh it is just gorgeous!! I love the colors and all the stitcheries are so pretty... what a special quilt! xx

Janice said...

That looks so very good. The fabrics compliment the thread so well. Good luck on deciding on a quilting design. I wonder what the other girls have used? I'm looking forward to seeing it all finished.

Kate said...

It's quite lovely Anthea. ^^

Maria said...

Looks fantastic , great fabrics..
Good luck with the quilting.

gracie said...

Oh this is beautiful.

Karen's Korner said...

So pretty. I also think that deciding on how to quilt can be difficult at times.

Jeanette said...

Your Ruth's quilt looks beautiful. Hugs,xx

Susie Hoover said...

Anthea, it's gorgeous! At first I didn't even notice the stitcheries but I think that makes it all the more special. Hidden little secrets scattered here and there. As for the quilting, I would say nothing too elaborate. The colors are so beautiful and you don't want to miss the embroideries. Just my thought.

Fiona said...

It's just gorgeous... love it.... I always find the quilting decision quite a hard one.... as you say when you have done all that work you don't want it spoilt. I went very simple with mine...
HUgz

Sheryl said...

Hi Anthea beautiful quilt ,love the fabrics you have chosen,well done my friend xx

Lin said...

Am trying to figure out how I missed this post! I was in UK at the time but I thought I had kept up with bloglovin posts! Anyway, I am here now and it is another gorgeous quilt top and I look forward to seeing how you quilt it. xx

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