Thursday, April 14, 2011

My Sedona Quilt

This was my landscape mini quilt I made to remember my trip to Sedona, AZ, with my mom and sisters.

15 comments:

  1. Wow...that is unbelievable! You have much talent!

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  2. I love the fabric colors you used! Really cute quilt:)You are so dang talented!!!!

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  3. I love the colours....how mini is it? just wondering...:)

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  4. I'm your newest follower :)!

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  5. Melissa, so are so kind with your words.

    Wendy, thanks, I love the material too. I actually bought the the material for this while in Sedona.

    Denise, this is a 10x12.

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  6. You're really talented! Those colors are gorgeous and you can tell exactly what it is (which you would NOT be able to do if I attempted that!).

    I'm a new follower from the Blog Hop. I'd love it if you'd drop by A Helicopter Mom and follow me back!

    Thanks,
    Mickey

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  7. Thanks Mickey. Sedona, AZ is know for its red rock mtns. How could one miss, I bet you could do it too.

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  8. your mini is just lovely! the colours remind me of Navajo art I think...

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  9. Thanks Michele. Sounds like you have been to AZ to know about Navajo's. I so love your blog I follow it and get all your new posts, so for you to come by see me is pretty darn cool.

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  10. Hey Marjory that quilt is fabulous! My Aunt used to quilt, such an amazing art!

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  11. Thanks redKathy, I grew up with grandma's who quilted.I'm too lazy doing many of the larger quilts. Mini quilts are more to my ADD. LOL

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  12. I am a new GFC follower. Will you please visit my blog and follow me back? Thank you for your time.
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  13. Lovely! You are a very talented lady. :)

    Thanks so much for joining my Weekend Bloggy Reading party. Hope you'll visit me at Serenity Now again soon! :)

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  14. Stopping by to follow you back :) I cannot wait to read more!

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  15. That looks hard! Thanks for linking to Quiltstory!

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