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Friday, November 19, 2010

Marie Antoinette Quilt Block 2 Completed

After taking Simba to the vet yesterday for another blood test (I'll have the results later today), I actually sat still and finished up on Block #2 of my Marie Antoinette Quilt:

And this is Block #1:

This is what they look like together:

Sorry that last photo is a twinge dark.  I really try to take good photos and I usually do okay but every now and then....

I pulled the 3rd block out and have it all ready in the hoop.  I have a few little things I'd like to finish up before starting on Block 3 so I'll wait to share that photo until I'm ready to start stitching on it.

If you're new to my blog, this crazy quilt is a Winter Project.  The theme is Marie Antoinette.  There will be 9 blocks, each featuring an image of Marie.  The blocks are 9 inches square.  I plan to have it completed by March at which time, I will assemble it and hang it in my Living Room.


irina said...

Very nice!I love it so much!



Theresa said...

Both pieces are stunning! Amazing detail and brilliant color scheme. Can't go wrong with a Marie theme;)

MosaicMagpie said...

What a beautiful piece of needlework so full of richness and glamour so befitting Marie A.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Your work is a real inspiration to is your blog. Thank you for being so candid in your posts about depression; your journey has helped me cope as well. You are appreciated!

Laurie said...

Just beautiful Pam, I magnified the pictures to see the details and this is just stunning. You give me a lot to aim for!

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

I just love the sparkle.

Mary Ivancicts said...

I can't wait to see the end project! It looks good!

debi said...

Absolutely gorgeous Pam!!!! I am in awe of your beautiful work!

Cathy said...


These came out absolutely STUNNING. Love them both. The colors and design are just lovely.


Have a Happy and Wonderful Thanksgiving my friend.

xo Cathy

FredaB said...

Hi Pam

Even Marie would have to say that these are gorgeous. I can't wait to see the rest of them and then the finished piece.

I enjoyed the tutorial on the roses. would you believe I have never done one like this. I am going to try it.




Anonymous said...

Even dark, you can see how well these compliment each other. Though the coloration is different, there's a goes-togetherness to them. Beautiful work on both. I looked at the new one as large as I could make it, and it's truly beautiful. I see your roses there.

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