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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Tea Party Quilt Done!



I finished the tea party quilt today! I worked at home finishing the quilting and applying the machine part of the binding and hanging sleeve, and then I took it to the massage clinic with me to hand stitch the binding down while I answered phones and worked the front desk.

I got the whole thing done! I feel so good to have it this far and am anxious to send it back to Elizabeth so she can see how it turned out....

Other than that, it was a pretty basic, non-eventful day and was MOST WELCOME!

Bonnie

17 comments:

  1. onnie, It is really beautiful. I know she will love it!

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  2. Bonnie, it certainly did turn out charming!-I am sure it will be a huge hit with Elizabeth. Nice to hear your life getting back to normal-and great going on cutting all those scraps! I have been avoiding that chore at my house...but soon I will have to just do it :-) Glad you had such a great time with Jason and Shanon-but sure made for an extremely busy time per your post. One month to visiting Lucy...how exciting is that!

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  3. Looks great -- good job! Glad the kids got out on the last flight, too!

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  4. Oh Bonnie I am soooooo excited. I can't wait. I won't sleep till it gets here. You are a doll to work with. :) Now I need to get busy on the next quilt.:) What a team we are.
    Hugs,
    Elizabeth

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  5. Bonnie, as always your quilting is simply marvelous. What a true artist you are with your electric needle! Every quilt turns into a masterpiece because of your quilting. I especially love this one - I'm very partial to tea cups and tea!

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  6. You know, this would look very nice as a topper on my bed hint, hint LOL. You have done a wonderful job :-)

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  7. Bonnie -
    The tea party quilt is adorable! And as usual, your quilting only enhances the top!

    Good luck with #2 son! I am planning on locking both my kids in a closet when they reach the age of 12 and not letting them out till they are about 20! So I still have a few more years to enjoy them before they go into forced hiding!

    Sarah

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  8. Love this quilt Bonnie~~~~as always, your work is splendiferous!

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  9. I love the quilt and the quilting is superb as usual. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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  10. what a beauty, you do miracles with your quilting, I just love it! thanks for photos...

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  11. Looks so beautiful ! You did a great job with it Bonnie

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  12. Hi Bonnie
    I have been visiting your blog for awhile now and I just have to comment on how absolutely wonderful your machine quilting is! The quilting patterns that you put on the quilts are just beautiful - I love the swirls in the basket blocks - a bit of a modern design with an old block pattern. It is stunning. I'm sure Elizabeth will treasure it forever. Thanks you so much for sharing them!

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  13. Tea Party turned out wonderful!

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  14. You and Elizabeth are one great team!!! That quilt is gorgeous!!! Your quilting is superb!!! Love all of the femininity!!! (sp?)

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  15. I can't believe you got all of that hand stitching done in one day!! It looks lovely and is a very pretty quilt :)

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  16. Beautiful quilt!!! The colors are wonderful together!!

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