coming up roses quilt top

Taking a quick break from my holiday crafting (lots of potholders this year!) to show you this brightly colored quilt top I finished sewing together recently. For now it will join its other quilt top friends in the closet, but I have big plans in January to finally get all the backings made and the quilts finished. Yes, I’ve said that before.


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9 Responses to coming up roses quilt top

  1. 1
    Linda says:

    Nice! Looking forward to seeing those backings all finished and put together….8-)

    Isn’t it time to see some pics of those two adorable kids of yours???? You know how I love to see pics of them….lol. I wish there was a way to attach pictures in the comments. I have the most beautiful picture of my newest granddaughter (7 months old today) in the dark playing with a string of white Christmas lights. It made me cry.

    xo Linda

  2. 2
    Anina says:

    Oooh! Love the scrappiness! I’m into scrappy quilting right now.

  3. 3
    Lana says:

    I love all that color in the snow!!!! You have to remember, you have two little ones…so those quilt backs can happen when they happen!!!! Merry Christmas!

  4. 4
    Kathleen says:

    Love your scrappy quilt top. I agree, it looks wonderful against all the snow!

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    sara says:

    I love this quilt! So pretty! I would never think to put all those roses together but gosh do they ever look stunning! You make beautiful quilts!!

  6. 6
    Margaret says:

    so many wonderful fabrics in this quilt, yes a lot slower to make than pot holders!

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    Marianne says:

    Wow, look at that snow! I have the same problem that I hope to begin addressing in the new year ~ quilt tops in my closet!

  8. 8

    Oooh, how pretty! Great name too. Will look forward to seeing this again in January, fingers crossed =)

  9. 9

    I don’t know how I missed this one, Ashley! It’s so bold and bright and positively gorgeous!! You’ve been so busy!

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