Wow! Your quilt is beyond exquisite, especially when you stop to notice the fact the leaves are all pieced into multiple segments! You're in the same mental spot I am, yes, you can, yes you can!
This is so beautiful, how I would love to snuggle under this one and just stare at all the fabrics. Great job!
Wow, what a fabulous quilt! Just beautiful!And are those nasturtiums that you took a photo of? They always remind me of my mom.
It is such a pleasure to see this one again - getting larger all the time! Lovely colours. And your lush garden photo is so pretty - yellow flowers are so cheerful.
Fantastic Janet. Don't give up now. It is lovely. I have mine on a quilt holder and look at it every day.
Love, love that you are sticking with this quilt! Its such a beautiful heirloom. Your garden looks great too!
Oh my goodness it's looking magnificent, just like Susan McCord's quilt. I'd love to get back to mine soon and also draw up another panel.
Truly amazing and very beautiful! I admire your patience and stamina!
wow!!! it looks great!
Wow! Good for you for sticking with this! Very inspiring!!Kerry
Oh Janet your quilt looks amazing. Every panel brings this quilt closer to being the a masterpiece!Thanks for the update, as I've said before it's one of my favorite all time quilts!!
Looks absolutely amazing. Your on the homestretch. Keep going. I have loved this quilt ever since I can remember. Kathie
I SO love this quilt...ever since I saw it at the Henry Ford Museum. You are so close to being done...I know you can do it! It will be a great family heirloom for many generations to come.
Wow! Your quilt is amazing! Way to stay focused! My beds look like a jungle too and I like it that way:)
Wow, that is an impressive quilt. Amazing dedication.
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