Tuesday, April 3, 2012

BORDERS FOR MY QOV QUILT

Last night I got the borders on my QOV quilt, maybe I can sandwich it sometime today?

Remember to visit Gene's blog today. He shows you a great way to make stars and his own design.

I had to squeeze this top in between my dinning room and living room because my Christmas quilt is taking up the other side of the dinning room. As soon as we get a button, we will let you in on the theme of our BMB (bi-monthly blocks).

Yes, I did whack off some of the points...pooey. I tried so hard (yes, that is a whine). Now if you want a wonderfully pieced quilt, My sister Beverly is the gal for you...that girl can piece up a storm. I had to admit, I need more patience and practice.

34 comments:

  1. I don't see that you whacked off any points at all. You did a great job. I'm loving this pattern too. Hope the sun is smiling on you today.

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  2. Love it. Is that Mary Johnson's pattern?

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  3. I LOVE this QOV quilt. That design is really pretty. :o)

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  4. I love how this is is just one huge block! LOVE IT!!!!!

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  5. Don't worry about the points. I am sure the recepient will not notice it.

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  6. Beautiful. It looks like a big star.

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  7. Love your star quilt. I'm making a quilt top for QOV, too.

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  8. Your quilt is gorgeous...and a missing point or two sure isn't noticeable by me. Well done!

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  9. so effective with few colours...
    Hugz

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  10. Barb, it is just beautiful! It will make someone very happy.

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  11. Beautiful quilt Barb , lovely combination of colors and for a very good cause. Great job!!

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  12. Gorgeous quilt that will be loved!

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  13. LOL...we quilters tend to stress about those points, but honestly only another quilter would really notice.

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  14. Love that 3D effect. Great quilt!

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  15. Gorgeous! It pops right out!

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  16. Love that 3D effect. Great quilt!

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  17. You may see the imperfections but it looks perfectly beautiful to me.

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  18. Vvery pretty quilt! Sure to be loved!

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  19. I don't see any whacked off points at all - and I am quite good at the whacked off points so I should be able to spot them!

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  20. Gorgeous quilt! You did a great job!

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  21. Looks awesome to me....how in the world do you get all of this done, and plan a cross-country move, too? LOL

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  22. Looks great. You are well on your way!

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  23. Anyone who is looking that close is very strange or already impressed.

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  24. Your quit is gorgeous. So great of you and so worthy of a wonderful cause!

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  25. Looks wonderful to me! I know it will be greatly appreciated whacked off points an all!!
    Hugs,
    Lola

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  26. It looks awesome to me...you did an excellent job!

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  27. I love your quilt top!!! It's gorgeous!!! It makes a wonderful donation quilt.

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  28. Your quilt top is gorgeous!!! It will make a wonderful donation gift. Love it!!!

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  29. I needed this inspiration. It is beautiful!

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  30. I needed this inspiration. It is beautiful!

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  31. What a lovely design. It looks great.

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  32. Beautiful quilt! I try so hard not to lose any points too but always seem to lose a couple. I think I lose patience towards the end and the poor points pay the price.

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