Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Best of British

Done!  

Really!

How long does it have to take to sew down some binding!

the deets are there too


The light was fading, I refrained from hanging it on the fence, last time I did that, my neighbour got a shock when the top blew right over into her garden!


and it fits the bed a treat in my humble opinion!

I'm going to be right toasty tonight!

Feels good to finish something :)

17 comments:

Isisjem said...

It looks marvellous!

Flying Blind... said...

It looks great, and I reckon it'll be 'quilt temperatures' before we know it xxx

Di said...

I love this quilt. UJ are the bee's knees. Di x

moira said...

oh trudi, it's just lovely. the summerville really works to give a great look. A finish - huzzah!

Judith, Belfast said...

Wow! Fantastic jacks T! Temps are dropping like a stone here! Perfect timing to bring out the quilts I'd say! Jxo

Gertie Pye said...

Trudi this is lovely. I love Union Jacks but these ones are particularly excellent!

Annabella said...

Gorgeous Fat Jacks - perfect way to end an amazing British summer!

Lynne (Lily's Quilts) said...

woohoo you've made my day!

Archie the wonder dog said...

It's fabulous!!!

Sarah said...

Looks fab, and I'll bet its braw toasty too :-)

Cindy said...

Oh wow. The fabrics are just amazing for this pattern. You've made something wonderful, Miss T!

Katy Cameron said...

Well done missus, it looks fab! BTW, I totally ballsed up that quilting, I'm sorry! You can read all about it tomorrow on my blog.

Indianna said...

Oh the quilt is fantastic, great fabric choices too.

Catherine said...

It looks fantastic Trudi: hope you were nice and toasty: it was really chilly this morning!

sweetypie said...

looking good I love this one especially nice

Teresa said...
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Teresa said...

Take 2.... Its fabulous ... I love the 'pale' look of it... is that the right word I wonder? Anyway it is terrific..