Monday, March 26, 2018

Design Wall Monday - March 26, 2018

Thank you to all who encouraged me this week!  Your "Go Judy Go" cheered me on to the finish line!.  Here is the Valentine Quilt,for the last time, on my design wall, all in one piece:





The center heart has a little message in the middle, can you see it?











Four little initials, signifying "Judy Hansen loves Lloyd Hansen".  Here's a closeup on the one inch square with the embroidery:



For those (like me) who count things, there are 3,807 one inch squares in the quilt.  I could have cut larger squares where the same color red was next to another square, but it was actually easier to make all the squares the same size, and not have to think about what size square went where.  The quilt is 47 inches long and 81 inches wide.

There are two or three quilts in progress that could go up on the design wall, and it will probably be my Jane Stickle replica quilt.  I've been working on it forever, and it's time to finish it.  I will post about it next week.

But enough about my design wall, what about yours?  Let's see what you have been working on!

Design Wall link-up instructions are the same each week.  Please link back to this particular post somewhere within your post.  I appreciate it so much when you do.

Use this address:

http://smallquiltsanddollquilts.blogspot.com/2018/03/design-wall-monday-march-26-2018.html

and not the generic address:  http://smallquiltsanddollquilts.blogspot.com

Thanks again for the encouragement!  It worked!






24 comments:

  1. Congrats! on your beautiful finish. I love the little message in the middle.

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  2. Congratulations! It's such a gorgeous quilt. I love the added personalized message in the center.

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  3. Your quilt is lovely! I am envious.

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  4. Your Valentine quilt is incredible......incredibly beautiful.....incredibly small pieces.... incredibly sentimental......an incredible masterpiece in my humble opinion. Hooray for your incredible "finish". (big smile here)

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  5. Judy, it’s just perfect....congratulations! Love the center initials.

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  6. Your Valentine quilt turned out wonderfully. It's been fun watching the pieces come together!

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  7. Fitting right in with the style of the quilt and time period, the embroidery adds a perfect touch. I'm so glad to see this flimsy in one piece.

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  8. It's fabulous! Congratulations! Love the initials!

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  9. What a wonderful quilt! I've been watching the progress here and love it. :-)

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  10. Absolutely beautiful finish! I've often thought of doing something similar to this since I have always worked on historic samplers, and my birthday is Valentine's Day. Would you mind if I did? Not sure if it would be in this lifetime or the next!

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  11. AMAZING!!! Love that you added your initials to the heart. It's been fun watching your progress.

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  12. Oh my goodness!! I would be screaming from the mountain top!! Yay you!! congrats!!!!

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  13. Wow! It's just beautiful. You did a fantastic job on the quilt.

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  14. Judy, it turned out wonderfully! The center initials are the perfect personalization.

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  15. Wow! This is Awesome! Great job! Love the embroidered block. So sweet!

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  16. Oh, I just love your Valentine quilt and that center square is perfect! Congrats on the finish 🤗

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  17. Such a great finish for your Valentine top. Love the initials in the center. Your counting of the total squares is impressive, particularly given their tiny size.

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  18. Beautiful! Love the little initials in the center block! :-)

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  19. What a wonderful Valentine quilt!

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  20. Congrats on finishing a beautiful and labor intensive quilt top! It is perfect for valentines day. I have loved watching it come together, and I'm sure it is extremely satisfying to have it fully put together.

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