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Stacks of Color - DONE

An actual full-fledged finish!  And it didn't take me weeks to get a picture of it, either. :)  This is stacks of color, from one of the Pam Lintott jelly roll books.  Jelly Roll Dreams, I believe.  It's made of a Kashmir jelly roll.  I love the colors in this one.

The quilting is a great flower design.  The lovely woman who long-arms them got a new Intelli-quilter (I think that's what she called it) and has tons of new designs.  I tend to like all over patterns, and this one suited the quilt quite well.  

Here's Juliet checking out the latest creation.  Since my hubby is gone during the week, she's generally my company in the quilting room.  She loves to sleep in the scrap bin.

My daughter has been at Mom's all week, since her summer daycare doesn't start till next Monday, and school finished last Monday.  I miss having her around!  But Gunner and I have been enjoying ourselves.  I think he kind of likes having the place (and Mom) to himself.  

Pick me up, Mom!  


  1. Greetings Juliet and welcome to Feline Friday - good choice on guarding the scrap bins :)

  2. Congratulations on your pretty finish!
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  3. What a beautiful quilt. The colors are lovely. Gunner is too cute!

  4. really pretty quilt! The colors remind me of Sherbet- love them. :)

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  5. Nice finish, pretty soft colors and I like the quilting pattern also.


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