Friday, October 31, 2008

Finished.....




My pleated log cabin is finally finished .....this was done as a quilt as you go...even though this quilt is only 9 blocks it is still very heavy, lots of fabric, I am pleased I didn't continue making it larger, it fits perfectly on a couple of tables we have at home.....I am really happy with it...very warm here today...

24 comments:

  1. You are getting so much done...so many finishes...and they're all lovely!

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  2. Hey Peg! WOW! Your quilt looks FABULOUS! Your house must just be wall to wall quilts after all of these finishes!!! Oh, love your new background colours too - very 'spring-y'! Reminds me of the beach for some reason. :0) Have a fantastic weekend! Bear Hugs! KRIS

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  3. Peg,
    Those fabrics are to die for, stunning.

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  4. Fantastic Peg, keep up the good work!
    Why is the quilt so heavy? Is it flannel? Just curious :^)

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  5. Hi Peg, you work a lot!!! I love your fabrics and your quilts, congratulation!

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  6. I've gotten bad about reading blogs and not commenting, but I had to take a moment--- I love your quilt. Definitely something to save and pass on to the next line in the family. Beautiful. Sometimes quilted pieces are whimsical--- but this is definitely a classic. Great job.

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  7. Great fabrics, I just love that. I think I might look into that technique.

    I invite you to link up to my "Finished for Friday" each week. I love seeing everyone's projects. http://litandlaundry.blogspot.com/2008/10/finished-for-friday-halloween-edition.html

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  8. Looks Great Peg..not really sure what a Pleated Log Cabin entails .... Love the colours in this one.
    cheers
    maree

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  9. Peg, it is wonderful. Log cabins are my most favorite quilt. Love, love, love it. Don't you just love the word FINISHED!

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  10. Stunning!! Absolutely stunning!

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  11. Oh, this turned out great. I don't think I have ever seen a pleated log cabin quilt before. I will have to research for this pattern. :)

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  12. Hi Peg, I love log cabins so much and this one is delightful. May I ask what pattern you used for this? Thanks for sharing so much with all of us. Blessings and hugs, Marie

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  13. Oh I love your quilt! It turned out so beautiful!

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  14. That is a fabulous quilt. It turned out so rich looking! And all the wonderful greenery outside is lovely!

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  15. I couldn't find this pattern. :( Will you tell us where you found it?

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  16. That quilt is absolutely stunning! Great job! :0)

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  17. Looks great, Peg. I did a block of my quilt-as-you-go log cabin this morning. Unfortunatly, I don't work as quickly as you.

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  18. I love it, it looks great! I've been thinking of making a log cabin table runner.

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  19. That is a striking quilt, Peg. Congratulations on your finish. *doing the finish happy dance with you*

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  20. Your fabric choices are always so pleasing to the, this one is no exception. Wonderful!

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  21. Very nice, your fabrics are so effective.

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  22. Peg, Peg, Peg.... You are so talented. I've been checking out your blog and your quilts are gorgeous. Love them all. You have so inspired me to get a move on. Love your blog too. It is great. I found it through a friend and so glad too. Will check back soon. D. :=)

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg