Thursday, May 24, 2007

the pictures

These are the pictures from this morning - I had to run home to get my wallet - so I grabbed the camera!
rhapsody My other model, Rhapsody a Tonkinese cat.
not plain spoken All sewn up! (I barely paid any attention as to which row went next to which...)

The photo with my cat shows truer colors.

14 comments:

swooze said...

Beautiful! I really like how it came out.

Rian said...

Brava! It is beautiful, stunning, gorgeous, fabulous, etc. etc. Wow.

Now what? How are "we" going to quilt it?

Shelina said...

Congratulations on finishing the top. It looks great. I look forward to seeing it when it is fully quilted.

meggie said...

Looks gorgeous. And Rhapsody just sets it off nicely!

Patti said...

Oooohhhh . . . I like! The quilt and the cat!

:-)

Mary said...

I love this quilt - maybe you could give it to me - after all we're such good friends - right?

flippytale Quilter (Christine) said...

OH! That came out wonderful... I love the way the prints off-set the solids. Good kitty inpsector too.

GRACE said...

amy, that is one gorgeous quilt, wasn't sure when i first saw the fabric, but it turned out that way...rhapsody is cute too

Dianna in Maui said...

I love how you mixed in the prints. Great job. Of course, the kitty adds a special touch!

woof nanny said...

Sometimes the best designs are the ones we don't overanalyze. Very nice!

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

Well done girl!! That looks great and I love the little accents that really bought it out of the box, well done, Tracey

Jenni @ Fairybread said...

Both quilts look great. Sometimes not paying too much attention to how it goes together is the secret I think. I have the book too, and love your interpretations of the quilt.

Happy Zombie said...

Your top is STUNNING! I love, love, love, love, love, love your use of solids!!!!

Solids are always so underrated I think, and they shouldn't be. Your quilt is the PERFECT example of how delicious solids are in a quilt!

Ruth's Place said...

Beautiful! and the quilt looks great too. *grin*