Friday, January 25, 2013

Simple Abundance

Here is my version of Lori's quiltalong,
Simple Abundance.
Thank you Lori...I love this little quilt!
If you want to make one of your own,
take a visit here for her instructions.
I think it has such a romantic-vintage feel to it.
And this is the backing I have chosen.
Could not be more perfect!
The fabric was a generous gift from Kimber over at 
I will be basting it and hand quilting it.

My Country Whig Rose is done, so I will share it when I get it from the quilter on Monday.
Have a nice weekend!

24 comments:

  1. Cheryl, I love your block. It is nice to see what every did for Lori's quilt-a-long. Hugs

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  2. What a dear little quilt - and your backing choice is perfect!
    Errand day today & then hope to finish up attaching the last little pieces on my own version. Looking forward to seeing what everyone else did too! Happy stitching!!!

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  3. Very nice! I love the quilt on your blog header too!!!!

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  4. Just beautiful & that fabric is just perfect !

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  5. This is so pretty....I love your fabric choices.

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  6. Oooo....I love how yours turned out! Beautiful!

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  7. Your little top is lovely. Romantic and vintage are the perfect words to describe it :0)

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  8. I just can't get over how wonderful everyone's Abundance blocks are turning out! Love the pop of gold in yours... and the backing is perfect!

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  9. Great fabric choices for your version of the quilt, and the backing fabric is just perfect! I used a light colored shirting print, but your's is great. I hope Lori will set up a linky party in a week or two - it would be so fun to see all the different versions that have been made of this little quilt!

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  10. Beautifully done there Cheryl! I love your fabric choices!!

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  11. Beautiful! Love those fabrics. I have some of the blue fabric in your star block. That backing fabric is awesome! Look forward to seeing your Whig Rose quilt.

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  12. So pretty Cheryl, and it will have sisters all over the world.

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  13. It is adorable!! Love your backing.

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  14. Very nice color choices. I did this little quilt also. It was a lot of fun and may make another one for a gift.

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  15. It looks beautiful. Lovely colouring.

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  16. Lovely colors and fabrics! Just perfect, Cheryl!

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  17. Too cute for words! I'm envious of your quilting time since I've only been packing.

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  18. I am so looking forward to your Country Whig Rose final picture!

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  19. very romantic vintage indeed~!!~
    you are a master at putting fabrics together and that backing piece really couldn't be any more perfect~!

    :-)
    libbyQ

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