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12.18.2012

CLAIRE BEAR'S QUILT


You've probably seen pictures of this quilt 



in all of it's various stages of being worked on...



but 


I'm posting the newest pictures


because 



IT 


IS


FINISHED!!! 



Printed, Pieced, Painted, Quilted, Bound, Washed, Dried and Ready for the baby girl. (Insert big smile).



Now it's just waiting for the kids to get back from their trip to the States.


Woo Hoo! 


Almost makes me want to make another bed quilt.


Just kidding.


Create Your Life,


annie!


40 comments:

  1. Exquisite quilt and a perfect entry for the 3Ms challenge! Reminds me of a half finished quilt at the top of my wardrobe - bot not as exquisite!!

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    1. Thanks so much Judy. There really are lots of layers - and texture - to this quilt, so I figured it would fit in. What a great group of artists at 3Ms! I'd love to see your quilt!

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  2. That's a beauty. Love the Laura Birch fabric with the cool cats.

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    1. Thank you Angela. :) She did design some beautiful fabric!

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  3. What a treasure Annie. Each panel with it's own story. xox

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  4. This really is a beautiful quilt annie! It's Stunning. You have put so much love and work into it, I'm sure Claire will keep it for ever. ybf ann.

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    1. Thank you Ann! I promise I won't post any more pictures on my blog about it!!! It was just so exciting to get it finished...and washing it puffed up the batting so the quilting shows up so much better.

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  5. Claire is such a lucky girl to own this exquisite quilt. Standing ovation from here in the UK.

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    1. Oh...that's a really nice thing to say. Thank you Taluula!

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  6. Oh a great entry, annie!, lots of wonderful textures and layers of images here. |I like the lady with the heart flowers and I always like your special birds. Lovely to see you joining in.

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    1. Thanks Sheila! I'm so glad you gave me the link because I've really been enjoying the blogs I'm visiting!

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  7. A lovely quilt, Annie, which represents hours and hours of painstaking work, I'm sure. Thanks for sharing it with us at Three Muses!

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  8. Oh...all finished and ready for claire's loving touch! I even feel a part of this quilt having watched you progress with it. Wonderful quilting details!

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    1. Yes! Finally! They'll be home today...and even though quilts are in NO way needed here in Colombia...she'll have it! Thanks Annie. ;)

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  9. It turned out GREAT! Claire is going to have such a good time discovering all that is in there! So much to see and so much love!

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  10. Lovely quilt, after seeing my sister work on hers quilt I had no Idea how mush design and pieces went
    into it. My hat goes of to you. Great beautiful gift.

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    1. Thank you! I really appreciate your stopping by.

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  11. Lots and lots of Love Stitches!

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  12. Fantastic quilt, so beautiful!

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  13. Congrats on finishing a beautiful quilt! It will be loved and treasured.

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  14. wow. this quilt is gorgeous! I want to make one - someday. Don't know nuts about quilting though. but you and all these other lovely quilting ladies are giving me the bug!!

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    1. Thanks Starr! My first quilt took 25 years to finish! I didn't know anything about quilting either and then had the quilt police telling me - whenever I dared bring it to light - that this and that and the other was wrong. NOW, I realize there IS NO wrong. So, I'd say...give in to the bug!

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  15. What a wonderful wonderful piece of art! Your quilt is outstanding

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  16. Oh wowee, your work is so gorgeous. What a talent you have, my friend.

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