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Sunday, July 8, 2018

Red & White Quilt


Another quilt . . .












The Front



The Back


That's it . . .
I've had this one finished for a while now,
but I've still not made a label.


Keep Smiling!

Your blogging sister,
Connie :)



29 comments:

  1. Very sweet! I like the small embroideries very much. Have a lovely week x

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  2. Beautiful Connie! I like the color red so much. It's always such a happy color. The embroidery work makes it even much more special.
    xx Beca

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  3. I love this!! Now I want to go see what reds and whites I have. LOL

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  4. I love the fabrics you have used, very pretty!

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  5. You had me at red and white!

    I love the detail you put on the back. I have never done that, but need to on my next quilt.

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  6. Really pretty. The redwork is perfect. :)

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  7. So-o pretty!! I'm a big fan of red and white quilts. I've done some redwork quilts for babies. Your choice of fabrics if great!

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  8. Very nice Connie~ love the embroidery work.

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  9. Such a cheery quilt! I especially like those cute birdies.

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  10. THis is adorable! You did a great job!
    Lisa

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  11. Absolutely stunning, Connie, a real work of art! xx

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  12. It is so cute. I have to get back to my quilting soon.

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  13. Beautiful. Red is my favorite color!

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  14. Another fantastic quilt. Love the red and white

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  15. A beautiful quilt both front and back. Love the colors too! Nancy

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  16. Beautiful quilt Connie! I love all of the redwork.

    Cindy

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  17. Your red and white quilt is gorgeous, Connie. Love the sweet red embroideries.

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  18. What a fun way to incorporate that sweet embroidery. Its a lovely finish.

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  19. This is beautiful Connie...you have a true gift...I simply adore quilts and this one is just so special!!!!

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  20. Hey Connie! I always love seeing your quilts. So pretty. Well... it's been over a year and I'm finally posting again. I'd love for you to visit when you get a chance. Hope you have a wonderful Tuesday. Blessings and hugs!

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  21. Oh so pretty! The vintage tractors made me smile! Red and white is so cheery and fun. You are amazing.. all that you do dear lady. I'm working on a strip quilt for my son's 40th birthday coming up (too soon!). Using my old scraps I've held onto for the last 40 years! I was thinking of just tearing the strips, but my sis says no you need to cut them! So that's what I'm doing, but this endeavor is beginning to be much more HUGE than I imagined! I've redesigned it from 56 12 inch blocks down to 36 12 inch blocks, with borders instead of another row of blocks! But even 36 blocks seems daunting. She has a long arm and is going to quilt it for me, bless her heart. It takes me forever to even think of and make one quilt.. and you make them as easily as you would make a small pillow or something! I see you did quilt as you go.. which I love.. and still want to attempt one of these days! Hope you are not getting the heat up there! We had 96 the last couple of days.. today is "cooler" at only 88.. and then the rest of this week HOT again up to 100 at least. And me without any air conditioning... we didn't get our window one installed yet and hubby is gone house sitting until next week! Yikes. Stay cool!!! Hugs.. Marilyn

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  22. Oh my goodness Connie, that quilt is gorgeous! I love all of the embroidery and your stitching is so perfect. I’m glad to be back visiting blogs again. It seems like a long time and it’s only been a couple weeks. Blessings, Betsy

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  23. Connie, I just read your comment on my blog. You are right about driving at the Fourth of July holiday! I have never seen so many crazy drivers. Coming through the mountain passes on Sunday afternoon was absolutely horrible. It was obvious that some people had been drinking by the way they were weaving around and driving 80 mph around those curves. It was terrifying at times. I’m so glad Dennis was driving. I hope you’re having a great afternoon.
    Blessings, Betsy

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  24. I hope by now you have a label on this lovely quilt. You have a litte bit of everything sewn into the quilt which makes it so amazing.

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  25. such pretty fabrics, love the pinwheels and the embroidery is great!

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  26. I adore red and white quilts and this one is no exception 😍

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  27. I love to stop by and browse through your blog and shop, Connie. I wish I lived closer, I'd be sure to stop by for tea and I think we'd have much to talk about. I have great love for the old things and for repurposing them. Your home is a treasure!

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  28. What a marvellous quilt and I simply love your red embroidery. The combination of white and red is so fresh and lovely!

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