7/03/2007

Signature Swap Quilt

This is a 24x30" wall hanging of signature blocks from a swap on the Yahoo Jo Morton group. Please note that it is Completely Done :-).

15 comments:

A life long learner said...

It is so lovely, love the pattern:)

Jeanne said...

It looks wonderful! I am in that quilt - fourth row from the bottom, second block. Jeanne

Carol said...

My blocks are still safe and sound in a bag upstairs...I must get them together...love it!

Duyvken said...

I love that block - what's it called? You've put the colours together beautifully as usual!

Sweet P said...

What a great setting for siggie squares. I have a bag of them from a recent blogger swap. I may use your setting to put them together.

kjquilts said...

Love your siggy quilt! Have fun working in the quilt shop. You do know your paycheck will be spent on oodles of fabric, don't you?

Jenni @ Fairybread said...

Competely done = finished. Well done, and it looks lovely.

Darlene said...

It looks fabulous, Karen! How's your son - where did he decide to go to school?

Libby said...

It looks great! Finished is icing on the cake *s*

Gail said...

This turned out so well- your Jo quilts usually do! Hope to see you when I next visit the shop.

meggie said...

Your quilt looks lovely. Finished it great! What a warm memory.

Helen said...

I love the capitals in Completely Done!

paula, the quilter said...

I was in the same swap with Sweet Pea and my siggies are safely tucked away. I like the way you set these and may 'lift' the idea. Do you mind?

Bea said...

It so funny to see this blocks in a finished quilt. I´ve also this blocks from a swap - but nor this one you spoke from. I´m not ready with my layout. Thanks for the pic.

Bingo~Bonnie said...

I have several of these little 3" finished blocks that I made using a variety of 1930's fabrics (each corner different.) I'm collecting signatures from family & friends with their brith dates and city/state. I plan to begin putting them together next year... in hopes to have enough for a quilt for the guestroom.

My only regrett is that I didn't think to start this project a few years ago.... as we have lived in 5 states during our 10 years of marriage and many of the friends we have made along the way, I would have loved to have had a siggy from them to remember them by. ~Bonnie in SE Texas