Is that orange slice candies I see?Fifteen hours on that scallop border! Determination for sure. Next time, make the scallops wider and they won't give you a headache. The finished quilt was worth all the trouble you have gone to!
Wow! That was certainly staying on task! It is beautiful too!
No chocolate? What were you doing up at 3am? I though I was the only goof ball that woke up and got up that early.The quilt is darling and I love the colors, especially in the center.
Karen, that quilt is a show stopper! Amazing color, and killer scalloped borders! Consider your 15 hour marathon well served. Now go to bed!
Wow wow wow! That quilt is so stunning and graphic. I just love the zigzags!!! Way to go on the quick finish!
Love that quilt and the scallops! The colors are just so vibrant. Scallops that small are a pain, but so worth it.
But look at how wonderful your quilt is - well worth the time, effort and snacks *s*
Just gorgeous Karen. What amazing stamina you have - 15 hours working at scallops - that must be some kind of quilting record!*hugs*Tazzie:-)
karen......the scallops with the squared corners...brillianti can't wait to see your quilt in person...and hey...love the food that sustained you...hugs...bb
always amazing me, girl. Love the scallops!Blondie
That's an impressive tight scallop on your border. You HAVE to be proud that you've finished it. The colors are striking. I'd forgotten about orange slices. I may have to put those on my shopping list.
and it turned out beautifully! The scallop border really adds to the interest of this quilt.Nice work!
The quilt is just stunning...I love the fall colours!Micki
I see you got the food groups right, even if I am questioning your sanity with that scalloped border. It is fantastic, though, well worth it!
it looks great but that doesn't look like enough supplies for 15 hours!
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