KNOWLEDGE IS POWER, BUT IT DOESN'T MAKE MY BLOW DRYER RUN!

Friday, August 17, 2012

Getting There....


The halves are joined and I am breathing a sigh of relief that it went together quite nicely, no lumps or bumps!

Today I took Griffin, Elliot and Maddy to see the Odd Life of Timothy Green. I really liked it and got very teary! I think a lot of it went over the kids' heads, they were a little antsy. If you are in the mood to see a sweet story this is it!

Kelly

20 comments:

  1. Oh boy! I sure love this quilt! HAve you blogged about it before?? That green is so happy!

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  2. It's beautiful! You are doing some awesome work there!
    I was wondering about that movie, thanks for posting about it!
    Hugs, Mickie

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  3. Kelly,
    This is looking so spectacular. I am loving your red and green applique there too.
    That movie has been on my list. Now I will make sure I do go and see it for sure.

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  4. It's a stunner, it makes my heart beat a little faster. I haven't heard of the movie before, I'll have to check it out.

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  5. Ditto all the others - Kelly this is stunning! even though it's a red and green quilt it still looks like "your" work - just wonderful! love that limey green...

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  6. That quilt is a work of art! Awesome! Gorgeous! LOVE!

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  7. Love, love, love, the applique Kelly it just makes the star pop.

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  8. Hoo boy! That quilt is a humdinger! LOVE the lime-y green, and your applique is super! So glad it's going together well for you. Sigh of relief, huh? ;)

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  9. Kelly, I think this is the most beautiful Lone Star ever made!!! I love your applique on it. I haven't heard of the Timothy Green movie, I'll keep an eye out for it.

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  10. WOW--all those little points--beautifully done!!Julierose

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  11. So very beautiful!! I love tha applique and your star is perfection!
    My 13 year old wants to see that movie - will have to fit it in yet this summer.

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  12. This quilt makes my knees weak!!!

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  13. Hooray for you. Getting the halves together is a big step and a real whew moment!
    I just love this quilt and it was a treat to see it at Sujatas last year.

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  14. The quilt is stunning! Its always a great relief when everything goes together smoothly isn't it?

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  15. Kelly, this may truly be one of the most stunning quilts that I've ever seen!

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  16. Beautiful quilt!!!
    I want to see that movie too. Better take some tissue.

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