Sunday, February 05, 2006


Midsection on the left side..as you can see I did the required 9 patches in a variety of ways. Posted by Picasa

7 comments:

Dawn said...

This is kind of like a mystery in itself for us! Can't wait to see the whole thing!

Patty said...

I LOVE IT !
I really do need to get brave and use some color. Too many years in the mennonite world left me afraid of brights and they are so pretty.

cher said...

fun to see more of this top!

Sharon said...

I was thinking "mystery" as well. Great minds think alike, they say!

I still love the choice of colors, Finn! Do you have all the fabrics out before your start, or do you choose them as you go?

Laura said...

Finn this is absolutely wonderful! Your choice of fabrics is so fun. It had to of been a blast seeing it all come together. Great job!

Bonnie said...

It looks great! I'm just wandering through the ring trying to catch up on what I missed when I was gone...I hope everything is great with you!

Bonnie

Maggie Ann said...

Hello dear Finn, I missed you so I am stopping by late at night. Its really cold here now but no snow. I spent the afternoon watching Shirley Temple in 'The Little Princess'...what enjoyment along with a few tears of compassion. Then my cello practise and left-overs for supper. I think I'm going to start the new Jan Karon book I got for Christmas...'Light from Heaven'. It should be on a lighter note..the last book I read by Ann Tatlock was excellent reading but on the sad side, dealing with racism in our country from the time period of WW2. Did I ask you before if you've ever read a book called 'Laura' by Donald Zochert about the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder? Forgive me if I have, this book made such an impression on me, thought you might want to look for it at the library sometime maybe. Your quilt is very pretty and cheerful, just the thing for this February gloom and cold. ~~Hugs~~ Hope things are going well with your eye. I pray for you.