This quilt is sunshine itself!I'm so impressed by your level of productivity since the beginning of the year, and by the beautiful quilts you are making! This one is a perfect spot of warmth in the middle of winter. Love the colors.
This quilt is a crowning BEAUTYWarm and Happy.Nice photos too Madame!xo-S
one little turquoise diamond in the center.....love those accents with the turq color.
So pretty, Cat, and so cheery on a gray day. We're having some sun at the moment, and it's great!
Gorgeous, warm quilt! Stunning photo on the rock...love this, truly, Cat.
Beautiful!I've yet to make a coin type quilt. I like the way you played with the shapes a bit; that it is not all just rectangles. The girl can quilt!
Reminds me of Sante Fe!!!! Love the quilt, sunshine and all:D
Beautiful quilt, Cat! It just glows with visual warmth! I love it. Hugs, Cat K
that is beautiful! it sure brightens my day! fyi...i got my old bernina out of storage this weekend and it has a darning foot and still sews like a dream...i have been practicing stippling on some small quilt sandwiches. i'm excited. the only problem i'm noticing is the tension and stitch length may not be right...any tips? thanks :D
absolutely gorgeous, cat!!! this is the prettiest lizard i've ever seen on a rock....! bravo! :))
Wow - this is beautiful!
Cat another work of art! Love the colors. Yes "like a lizaed on the rock sunning"..how I remember this scene when in AZ.smiling hugs aNNa xo
So very nice. Simple pattern that is quite elegant! It looks like sunshine its self.
This is a specatular quilt. I love that you've done both sides of it. You should think about entering it in your local county fair, or even the state fair.BTW, thank you so much for the bday wishes. It was a great time. I'll make more of an effort to get Fritz into my photos!
This is beautiful, Cat! I can't believe how quickly you bop these beauties out! Looking at this makes me feel all sunshiny! xoxo
Love this quilt Cat! Just so warm and feels just like a hug! I think you should have an article in a quilt magazine soon! xo Pam
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