It was meant to be :-)Have a wonderful day!
Well, it was meant to be for you to have that quilt. No doubt!:) I am so attracted to red borders and red bindings. My great aunts always used red binding in their beautiful scrappy quilts. (I'm going to publish a book one day solely devoted to their quilts.) I bought out all the Turkey Red fabric that People, Places, and Quilt had one time....Have fun at Sisters!Sally email@example.com
Oh my :0)Now we can get some great close up pictures of it....Congratulations I'm so glad it was there waiting for youthis year.Happy Sewing
I love that quilt, Bonnie!!!! But how can you stand so much white area???? lol
Well, that's just crumby! Hehe....Enjoy!
Leave it to you Bonnie to find a BONNIE QUILT at Sisters!!! I love it. Now, will we being getting a pattern based on this quilt (hint hint).Have a super time and take zillions of photos to share.SmiliesJulieinTN
I'm so glad it was waiting for you this year! I absolutely loved in your photos last year. Is there any chance you will bring it to your September crumbs workshop in Indiana? I'd love to see it in person.
Gorgeous quilt. I'm amazed it was still for sale. Hugs
Its lovely--hope you will post some nice close ups. Lucky you. It looks like even the weather is cooperating and oohing off a little from earlier this week......
Yeah Bonnie!!! It was meant just for you!Glad you are having a realxing time-you deserve it!
Such a beauty I'm surprised no one snapped it up. It was definitely meant to be ... it was waiting there for you! Enjoy the show and thank you for sharing photos!
A year later, it was waiting for your return!
You're so right to buy it. It is beautiful!
Doing the happy dance for YOU!!! :)
Such a fun quilt. How lucky that it was still there. Are the Baptist fans going every which way?When I am debating a purchase I always ask myself, "Will I be sorry in a week if I don't get it?" Unfortunately I don't always get the answer right. : )
That's a beautiful quilt and you were obviously meant to have it since it waited a whole year for you.
Bet that quilt is the basis for the Sant Fe String Star in your new book! Love it love it love it Sue K
That quilt is so "you"!!!I am so glad it was there for you.XOXOXOOXXOSubeewho is thinking of you every moment you're away.
Oh Bonnie! Please break it down into do - able parts for all of us!!!!love it!!!Tgeesey@charter.net
this is the post I've been waiting for! Looking forward to more photos of oldies but goodies!
How wonderful to find it again.... it was meant to be
Hooray! It's your lucky day! You should buy some lottery tickets!
Awesome quilt! Initially I read your post wrong and thought you didn't buy the quilt. So glad I was wrong!
I missed seeing you, but there were a lot of people there today. I didn't see the antique quilt booth, where was it? I though of you as I passed the antique shop...
Awesome quilt! Glad it was still there for you!
Love the string star. So glad it's yours
Bonnie---This quilt waited for you to take me home. It will be treasured and how many times it will be felt right? Love your website and your sharing. Joyce
Wow a Bonnie quilt for Bonnie that waited for a whole year for you to buy. It was nothing short of a meant to be quilt.Judy
Congratulations on a new to you quilt. Glad that it was available for you this year...obviously it was a must for you to own. Sandi
I'm so happy for you. The quilt if fabulous and it does have your name on it.
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