Saturday, February 22, 2014

Scandinavian Rose Finished



Yay all blocks finished...and borders on. It has been a long journey but one that I have enjoyed and I must say that I am very pleased with the outcome. I have used my favourite fabrics by French General and cottage garden threads for the red-work. The pattern Scandinavian Rose by Rosalie Quinlan. 
If you would like to see other stitchers go over to  Sugar lane quilts  thanks Wendy for hosting another fun night.










                                                            Happy Stitching............................

18 comments:

  1. Well done!! It is absolutely gorgeous!

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  2. So beautiful Helen, must feel good to be all done, it's absolutely stunning!

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  3. Beautiful work Helen. I perfect with the French General.

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  4. your version is fabulous and you have been so good at getitng all those blocks done... wonderful work.. well done..
    Hugz

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  5. Looks fantastic Helen, which cottage garden thread did you use? :) Barb.

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  6. WOW! Your quilt is beautiful Helen.

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  7. Oh Helen Well done! It is absolutely beautiful. No wonder you are thrilled with it.

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  8. Helen this is really beautiful you have done a great job.

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  9. OH Wow!! Helen all your work has created such a wonderful quilt, well done!
    I hope you are so proud of all the time & the careful expert stitching you have done for it...
    So pleased for you!! x

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  10. It is stunning. So much work!! beautiful stitching. It is lovely to see all the blocks together.

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  11. Congratulations on a stunning finish Helen! I have the pattern but haven't started yet - too many projects! What fabrics did you use for your setting squares?

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  12. It's just amazingly wonderful. The stitching! The colors!
    LeeAnna Paylor
    lapaylor.blogspot.com

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  13. Helen, that's great! Well done, you must be so pleased! I love the way your fabrics and threads work together.
    xx

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  14. Looks fabulous, simply stunning Helen
    Hugs, Sharon

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