Ouvrages d'une Acadienne

Ouvrages d'une Acadienne
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Thursday, January 28, 2010

It was a binding week!

"Tout fini"! ♥The binding is all done♥ That was the task this week. Cause for the Cure in the"Heritage" by Howard Marcus
And "Roses are Red" pattern by Jan Patek in the Rouenneries fabric by French General
Hubby put a clothesline on my deck for the winter as I prefer that some of my clothes dry outside and it is working well for my quilt pictures.
Notice the snow is almost all gone but it is snowing as I write this with an expected 20cm (8 inches) by tomorrow.

15 comments:

  1. GORGEOUS! I am drooling over your lovely quilts! And I love the clothesline on the porch idea. I've always loved the look of quilts on a clothesline, but I don't have anywhere to put one. I'll have to get hubby to make one for me on our porch:-)
    Stay warm!

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  2. Love the Heritage quilt! I have seen the quilt made up in "real life" and I know it is beautiful, large and a lot of work. Great job.

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  3. 8 inches?! :-o Oh my! Sorry that line really caught my attention... I hope they are wrong about that prediction! Of course, if you keep making these beauties on snow days, well, that's a good thing! :-) Lovely quilts!

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  4. Maybe you'll have another snow day to stay inside and sew!

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  5. Congratulations! They both turned out beautiful!!

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  6. How did you like the pattern and the sewing of your Cause for a Cure Heritage quilt? I have that kit but haven't started it yet. Yours is just beautiful. I love the Jan Patek quilt too. Good for you getting these two lovely quilts done.

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  7. Bravo! Tres Belle ;)

    I love the Roses are Red quilt! It's just simple and pretty.

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  8. Really wonderful, I have to make this pattern !!!

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  9. Beautiful! Beautiful! I'm clapping, clapping, clapping for you!

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  10. Two gorgeous finishes! And what a beautiful setting for your photos.

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  11. Two beautiful quilts done and beautiful.
    And I love the idea of a clothesline - not only to hang clothes but for your idea of hanging quilts. Perfect for displaying them.

    Joan, they're gorgeous. You're a special talent.

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  12. Oh I just love your blog, thanks for visiting mine!! Canada is really beautiful - our first time there! And the weather was warmer than Chicago! 50-55 degrees - couldn't have been better! Hugs, Mary
    Your quilts are gorgeous too!!

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  13. I love them both, Joan! You're AWESOME as always!

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