Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Quilt update

The result of the little amount of sewing I've been able to do in the last few weeks. I can't wait till its done. Its getting chillier outside and I'd love to be able snuggle up in my homemade quilt and watch a good BBC, (sigh) but not yet. I kept thinking "Maybe I can finish it this week" which turned to "Maybe I can finish a row this week" and more realistically to  "Maybe I can finish a block this week" 
I am really loving the sunshiney yellow, it makes me happy just looking at it

A thank you to the kiddies who held it up for pictures :) You can see wellies peeking out in the first picture

10 comments:

A.C. Knowles said...

It's like summer in a quilt! Very nice. Love the wellies. ;-)The fabric you use is so pretty!

Becky said...

Love it! It's so cheery! :D

Meagan Smith said...

Ah it will bring sunny days to the living room while you curl up on a sofa and watch rain pound the windows :D So cute!

Kate said...

I do like that yellow!

~Sasha Farina~ said...

oh that is looking awesome. i love the yellow as well!

Belle said...

I love it... "yeah, shocker" :) Um, my only request is that when you do settle down to watch that BBC movie, you call me and I can come watch it too...tho I will be quiltless..sniffle.. :) You will just have to share... :) <3 the wellies...way to represent Emilianne! Haha. I luh you!

Maureen said...

Dear Sarah-
You are amazing. I am jealous of your quilt and your skills. I think you should make me one some day :)

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Kat said...

thats beautiful! Your really talented :D

Jan Marie Murphy said...

Hey girl, remember me... Jan. I stalk you now, you know. And I love the quilt! I saw your white one, finished. Did you give it yet? And was it well received? I hope we get to meet again someday and maybe knit while watching a BBC.. You should move to Indiana.

Sarah said...

Hey! Thanks for the nice comment and yes I did give the white quilt to Melissa. I hope you visit again!! I loved hanging out and talking about crafty stuff. We'll have to talk crafty stuff again when I come to visit Joel next. :)