size = KING. (LOL)
I was obsessed today.
I had two other quilts I should have been QUILTING....
But I was SO NOT in the mood to quilt...
So I did a little on this,
then thoughts, just a little more,
then, well, I'm almost done,
awwh, what the heck, just finish the darn thing...
(And I'm kind of Excited to QUILT it too!)
Just came from the previous post.. The colors are perfect! You work fast!ReplyDelete
One and half years? Not too bad if you ask me! Look at the end result..
It is beautiful!
Ive enjoyed your previous posts on this quilt. I really love the colors and the pattern. It is just so sunny and vibrant! The size rocks!ReplyDelete
Well, you did it. You have a finished top and the weeks only begun. This looks fabulous. Thanks for sharing the story.ReplyDelete
You crack me up with your King Size quilts. Most people (including me) will never make one, and you almost don't know how to make any other kind!! It's wonderful :).ReplyDelete
V...I may have to refer to you as Queen (King Quilt) BumbleBean...I love it..so soothing and intricate...oh to be able to do the traditional with a splash of mod...I am trying...free form is oh so easy for me..structure..yikes..ReplyDelete
That really turned out great! So creative.ReplyDelete
Victoria, I LOVE it! At first I didn't when you were showing parts of it, but now it's gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Its looks great! I haven't made one that size, but maybe someday soon :)ReplyDelete
That is so fabulous! I had to chuckle at the fact it finished into a king size. I'm wondering how many king sized quilts you've done!ReplyDelete
Loved the story of this quilt. You could write a book!ReplyDelete
I still love it!ReplyDelete
Yay! It's wonderful!ReplyDelete
Another beaut, Victoria! You have such a wonderful and free way with colors and bold fabrics. And I think you are going to singlehandedly make King size quilts the new standard. Yours always look just right that size!ReplyDelete
wheee, that looks fantastic, esp on the bed. very dramatic. my goodness woman you are incredibly fast!ReplyDelete
WOW! It looks incredible... and you are incredibly fast! Amazing- I can;t wait to see the quilting you rock on it!ReplyDelete
Breathtaking! I want to snuggle under it and think sunny thoughts!!! I envision you and your honey wrapped in it looking out at the ocean at sunrise.ReplyDelete
I so love what you have done with this quilt. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
Love the story behind this lovely quilt!ReplyDelete
I'm curious: when you made those outer borders did you first make a bunch of 9 patch blocks and assemble the border from them or was there another process involved?ReplyDelete
I love this quilt. The colors are spectacular, and I love the pattern.ReplyDelete
I can see why you couldn't stop... it's awesome!ReplyDelete
That is one spectacular quilt!! WOW! I can see why you couldn't stop. Wonderful job.ReplyDelete