Monday, February 1, 2010

Michigan Quilts!

I'm guest blogging today over at Michigan Quilts! Come on over and check it out. Caron, the brains behind the Michigan Quilts! blog, is an avid quilter, author, teacher, and fellow Michigander. When she invited me to be a guest blogger, how could I refuse? Looking at the other guest bloggers she's had, I'm quite honored to have been included in her list.

Yep, that quilt pictured above is this one. Believe it or not - it's finally finished. Read all about it over at Michigan Quilts!

12 comments:

kate said...

I'm not a quilter, but certainly appreciate the beauty of them. Love this blue and yellow one!

Christy said...

It's lovely Liz! The colors look so fresh. Heading over to MichiganQuilts to read your post.

miranda said...

Wow Liz! This turned out beautifully!

Jennifer said...

Beautiful! I love the color combinations. I wish I had the time to make a quilt. I would love to see my baby wrapped up in a beautiful home made quilt. Oh well, that's what her aunts are for:)

Brigide said...

Beautiful quilt! I have vague plans for a queen size one day...

pam said...

I left you a little comment over "there" but again wanted to tell you that I love the color combination. It just makes my eyes happy to look at it! Yours too, I bet!I know it feel so great to have this done and on your bed!

stitching under oaks said...

wonderful! that was so great to learn more about you and see your quilt...it is beautiful.

Diane said...

So beautiful! The colors are so pretty and spring like!

susan said...

it snowed today but i am sure it will melt quickly...whats up with the weather this year??????
love your posts.
hey! have you heard from cinnamongirl lately? i am worried, i havent heard from here since september...hope all is well with her.
the skirt is great. i am working on one for tori like it but the skirt part is made up of 1 1/2 selvage cuts with registration dots and lettering. saw one done up in marquette and loved it. take care.

Manoute said...

It is beautiful!

Loralynn said...

Your quilt turned out gorgeous!

Marcia said...

Great blogging! Your Yellow Brick Road is wonderful. I would never attempt to quilt anything that big on my home machine.