Monday, November 26, 2007

Spice Market

The quilt top is finally done! Woohoo!

Only the oldest readers of this blog will remember this, so I will share with you some photos depicting the history of this project. If you'd like to read the whole saga (longer than a Harry Potter book), just click on the dates.
March 11, 2007

April 9, 2007

April 16, 2007

April 24, 2007

April 30, 2007

May 9, 2007

June 12, 2007

July - November 2007
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24 comments:

  1. The top is just great! The effort you put in was worth it!

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  2. This is beautiful. Love to see all the step-by-steps too. It's fun to see the project in progress.

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  3. Wonderful Anina. Great to see the journey you made to come to this wonderful quilttop!

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  4. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!! I love it!

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  5. very very nice, Anina! i remember the journey, so I must be an old reader. :) how are you going to quilt it?

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  6. And it turned out beautifully! Great Job!

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  7. That quilt is gorgeous Anina! I'm so glad you finished it and shared the photos.

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  8. It's stunning! I was wondering about that quilt ;) I know it would take me a like a year to finish something like that!

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  9. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Wow that top looks great! Love the fabrics.

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  11. How beautiful--I know your heart is singing with joy to have this project done.

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  12. Gorgeous fabric both in this posting and the last one

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  13. Well worth the effort... it looks wonderful!

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  14. I really love this quilt top. I've always wanted to do it and I love the way you combined the spice market fabrics. So much pretty color.

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  15. I am DIGGING this quilt!! Such fun fabrics!

    Hey, Anina, do you have a pattern for a wrist pin cushion? I need one! I could totally design one, I suppose, but I'd rather not. :) xoxo

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  16. WooHoo!

    Congrats on a finish. It was so neat to go back and see the steps.

    You have LOTS of different kinds of projects going, girl!

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  17. This is AWESOME. I love the color combinations and all the prints are so neat looking. It's fabulous and now I want to do one just like it.

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  18. I have this kit! Actually, my wife bought it when she first started sewing, but never cut into it. I LOVE this fabric line and even have a bit of a stash of it myself. I think I will steal her kit and make it up myself. Looks great!

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