A bit of a marathon session last night, a major sleep in to defeat a headache, some binding, and Stamps for Melanie is all done!
After I left the bridge I questioned the decision to hang Stamps on it, dangling over the rushing water. Meh, I got the shot I wanted!
I bound and backed with Heather Bailey's Fresh Cut Groovy. All of the fabrics in the stamps are from Fresh Cut and Amy Butler Belle
So this baby only needs a label and then it is good to go to it's new mama!
Oh, and lest you think I made up the name of this blog...proof that Chezzetcook does exist
I hope you are enjoying a beautiful Fall day in your neck of the woods on this Sunday.
Lovely quilt and great photo-op!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful quilt and brilliant photos.ReplyDelete
I just love it. I'm so happy:-) A new coverlet for my bed made by a true artist.ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous Adrienne, both the quilt and all of your photo's!ReplyDelete
Hello Chezzetcook! Love the stamps quilt, Adrienne... And the photo's are gorgeous! I enjoyed hearing about your history with the the photo shoot location. Sounds like a fun time! Melanie is a lucky girl!ReplyDelete
Oooooh, the shot with the suns rays shining is amazing. What a very pretty quilt. Looks like you had lots of fun on your picture field trip!!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photographs for a gorgeous quilt! Although my jaw dropped when I saw that you posted two days in a row :pReplyDelete
What a lovely quilty photo shoot!! I love the stamp quilt! And so cool to see your hometown!!ReplyDelete
Lovin all of the bright fabrics, it turned out beautiful!ReplyDelete
I loved this quilt from the very first pics, and the finished product is simply gorgeous!ReplyDelete
:) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation
Gorgeous quilt, Adrienne, and you definitely have an eye for finding fabulous locations for photo shoots!ReplyDelete