Saturday, December 04, 2010

A bit of ingenuity

One of the donated tops I've received was from Clare Crosswell of Blenheim. It was a pretty colourwash top but too small to use as it was. With a thin border to bring it up to size, and a row of hearts, it's now a lovely lap quilt. Thanks Clare!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a fabulous end result

Anonymous said...

That looks really good. Well done, Shirley

tizart said...

Great work! The Quilts are looking beautiful! Wish I lived closer so I could help with the stitching you still have to do on the Quilts.
Liz

Laurence said...

Very beautiful quilt !

Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous. You've done a great job extending the top and enhancing the centre. Fabulous.

Julie said...

Ingenious and fabulous! :)

kcrockshi said...

It is lovely. You are doing a great job.

Jo in TAS said...

Looks terrific!

Sunnybec said...

Hi Shirley, I have only just come across your blog about these heart blocks. As this is a subject close to my heart (my grandfather was killed in a mining disaster in the UK) I would like to contribute, but I cant really commit to anything now until after Christmas. Do you have a cut off point for sending the hearts? Linda