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Sunday, May 03, 2015

Liberty Four Patch Quilt Finished

Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Liberty Four Patch Quilt
Wisteria
Lilac
Apple tree blossoms
Apple tree flowers

Last month you could follow step by step the progress of my Liberty Four Patch quilt.

The very last step is hand sewing the border on the back of the quilt. This is now done, and the quilt is completed. For this project, I was happy to go back to hand quilting, and I must say that I am very satisfied with the result. After enjoying sewing in the garden, I enjoyed taking some pictures,  and again could not resist to sending you photos of some pretty flowers.

I wish the weather would  remain so mild. Spring in Greece is the best season of the year... before the summer's heat!

34 comments:

  1. Such a lovely finish... I really like your binding choice, it seems to bring out the deeper, warm colours! and your spring garden pics are lovely. (my English cousin & her husband live in Greece too!) Linda

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  2. Beautiful! I love the soft shades.
    xx

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  3. J'aime beaucoup les couleurs printanières de ton quilt ! Et il est mis en valeur par le quilting fait main !
    Bravo pour cette réalisation !
    Bon dimanche ! Ici il pleut non stop depuis jeudi.....:(( seule la nature est contente !!

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  4. What a gorgeous quilt ... and even more gorgeous is your hand quilting! As a hand quilter myself, I'm always drawn to quilts that have been hand quilted.

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  5. Beautiful quilt, thanks for the pictures of the pretty flowers.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful! The hand-quilted flowers are the perfect addition. They bring movement to the quilt and add softness. Love it!

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  7. What a cosy finish. Love the hand quilted flowers.

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous!! Perfect...and those fabrics!! SWOON!

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  9. Oh my goodness, Christine! How very very lovely! I adore the delicate color scheme.
    Amalia
    xo

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  10. Magnifique concordance entre ce très beau quilt fleuri, si bien quilté aussi, et les belles fleurs printanières sous le soleil ! Merci pour ce moment si agréable.

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  11. Your photos are so very beautiful Christine! The Liberty quilt worked up so pretty - I might just borrow your idea of alternating four patch it with pink blocks. The hand quilting is so perfect and just right for this lovely quilt. We are a little behind you in springtime, but yesterday I noticed the crab apples are getting ready to bloom.

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  12. So very pretty! And so appropriate for Spring!

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  13. What a beautiful quilt. I love the mauve, it makes the quilt so vintage looking.

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  14. Absolutely beautiful!! Your hand quilting is gorgeous. This is such a lovely quilt. My daughter chose some fabrics from Veronique's fabric collection and I am going to make her a 4 patch quilt.

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  15. Your quilt is so beautiful! I love your binding - it is so " fresh" !

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  16. Beaucoup de tendresse et de tonicité en même temps dans ton quilt. J'aime vraiment beaucoup ce mélange. Les fleurs me font rêver. Merci!

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  17. Such a simple pattern but so lovely. And your quilting looks beautiful - I can only see the flowers, did you any other quilting at the fourpatches?
    ... and I suppose we all can't resist all the wonderful blooming around us!

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    1. Thank you ! No, I did not quilt the 4 patches.

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  18. What a sweet quilt! Love the binding you added. Perfect touch!

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  19. You have good weather: I see apple flowers...

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  20. The binding fabric has a lovely mix of light and dark pattern that it almost looks like lace. It's a perfect compliment to a sweet quilt. Your photographs truly inspire me!

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  21. This quilt turned out so pretty. Love the binding choice. The color pops and brings out some of the brighter colors in the quilt itself. You also made this so quickly! Love it.

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  22. This is absolutely precious! You must be so pleased!

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  23. Sweet, sweet, sweet! Such a soft and beautiful quilt, Christine. I love hand quilting and the binding choice is the perfect frame. And thanks for sharing those gorgeous photos of your flowers, too!

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  24. Beautiful quilt and flowers

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  25. I go weak for liberty prints and this post just shone spring into my room (it's winter down my way and your post is all sunshine to me). Love your blossoming pics from the garden too, how suitable! What a gorgeous quilt!

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  26. Wow you finished this quilt so fast. I love it and I love the pictures you too of it with all the flowers

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  27. How lovely quilt you've made !
    bises

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  28. What a sweet quilt! I love the colors you chose!

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  29. Such a great finish...and so sweet...I am going to have to keep visiting!

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