Sunday, June 27, 2010

Another Finish

A good start to the holidays. I've been working on this quilt for my lovely neighbour for a couple of months, but last night did the binding, and . . . ta dah! I'll do the official hand over tonight. It's great to have good neighbours and I really appreciate all that she does for me.

17 comments:

Jan said...

that's such a lovely quilt, Annie! Good neighbourly acts are definitely worth a great big box of choccies - I mean quilt!

Andi said...

You are so very thoughtful and generous.
You seem to be constantly posting finished quilts to give away to neighbours, colleagues, etc.
Can I be your best friend??

Lizzie said...

I love those blues Annie, they just sparkle with the white..
Lizzie
xxx

Julie said...

Beautiful colours Annie. What a lucky neighbour!

Maree: said...

What a Kind Neighbour You Are Annie...This Quilt is Lovely & I'm sure your neighbour will be more than Pleased...
cheers

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

What a gorgeous quilt and what a lucky neighbour! Lucy x

Chookyblue...... said...

wow you should have one happy neighbour....the quilt looks great......

Cass said...

I wish I was your neighbour Annie

meli B said...
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meli B said...

What a gorgeous quilt and what a lucky neighbour. Enjoy your holidays.

wonderwoman said...

what a gorgeous quilt and one very lucky neighbour!!

xx

FlowerLady said...

What a lovely quilt! The squares look like pieces of chenile bedspreads to me. Your neighbor is going to love it and be comforted by it.

FlowerLady

Thimbleanna said...

Oh Annie -- it's beautiful!!!

Jenny said...

It is just gorgeous! I love how you used chenile in the panels-very clever. What a lucky nieghbour indeed. We still have this week to go before we start our holidays and I am struggling to get to the finishing line:)

Gillian aka Silly Gilly said...

That's a cracker of a quilt Annie! You two sound like you are lovely neighbours for each other. Wish I lived next to you so I could get nice quilts like that!!

Lara said...

That's very beautiful Annie - you've been so prolific over the holidays! Love the chenille surrounded by the prints - may I imitate you at some stage? I seem to have plenty of chenille in my stash and that's such a lovely way to use it.