Friday, August 20, 2010

Friday Night Finish for Amy's Sew and Tell!



It's Friday night at 7:39 p.m., but what can I say? I worked at school in classroom set-up/clean up. Thank you, Lydia, Beth and Jeffrey! We went to a late lunch. We shopped at Joann's for pattern reviews for Lydia's wedding dress (WOW!). Lydia and I came home, and...

Hurray, the quilting is done!


I even signed it.


Okay, I will be binding it this weekend, and I'll share the big finish, but I think it can be posted to Amy's Sew and Tell tonight, I'm tickled!




Go see the other finishes (you'll love Amy's own finish this week)! And, thank you for peeking in!


Happy Quilting!
Pokey

19 comments:

  1. What a great quilt! I love the crazy blocks (and the stars).

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  2. this is great...beautiful quilting. i wish i had a beautiful longarm like that to work on.

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  3. Pokey, the quilt is beautiful and your quilting is great. Love that you signed your name. Thanks for posting about my giveaway. I am meeting some great new people.

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  4. so cute!! and i am jealous you have access to a longarm!

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  5. Love it. Absolutely beautiful. I hadn't clicked that you do longarm quilting. I'm impressed. You are so very talented!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  6. VERY nice! It looks like the stars are dancing!
    -Brenna

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  7. I have done 'crazy' block quilts before, but I have got to say, I LOVE the added look of the star blocks. Now if I could only 'feel' it! Good job. I can't wait to see the 'finish'!
    be blessed,
    Michelle

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  8. Great quilt! Do you leave your long-arm machine running/stitching while you're away from home? Just curious. I'm wondering, does it magically quilt ala the Cobbler's Elves? ;o) Stopping over from Sew & Tell. Happy Sewing! :o)

    www.seamsinspired.com

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  9. What a gorgeous quilt!! And how blessed to be able to have it long arm quilted ... with your very own name! :o) That is such a cute a clever idea. :o)
    I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
    Sincerely, Trish

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  10. That quilt is very nice!!! GREAT job on it!

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  11. Oh you chose perfect fabrics to finish up the borders on this quilt ! Love that ticking stripe.

    Congratulations on a FINE finish !

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  12. Lovely, lovely quilt! The white and blue striped inner border was a perfect choice. Hmmmm. I need to practice signing my name like that. :-)

    Oh, and being new to your blog, I loved reading about how you got the name Pokey, and how it has stuck. So endearing.

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  13. WOW..that is gorgeous...LOVE it!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  15. That is a fun block pattern! Love the red white and blue. Signing your name in the quilting is a great idea--I may have to steal that!

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  16. lovely quilt! The crazy border is really nice!

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  17. I love how this turned out. Beautiful! I do love that ticking border.

    And good luck with your new school year!

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  18. Just beautiful! I love how you signed your name in the quilting; cute idea.

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  19. My friend has a long arm and she just loves it. She let me (who knows not a single thing!) play around and write my name. There's a lot it when you don't know anything, but she made it look so effortless.

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Hello! Thank you for taking time to peek in! If you say hi, I do my best to send back the love :-}pokey