Saturday, May 24, 2014

Rotherfield Greys Border, Stars and Lucy Boston

I hope all of you here in the U.S. are enjoying a wonderful Memorial Day weekend.  The weather is beautiful, and many people here are enjoying a 3 day weekend to start off their summer.

I've been doing a little bit of stitching this past week.



I've added another border to my Rotherfield Greys quilt.  You can find the pattern for this quilt and many other wonderful quilts in Di Ford's book, Primarily Quilts.



I'm still making six pointed stars, and I've made a few more Lucy Boston, Patchwork of the Crosses blocks (book by Linda Franz).  I am sewing the stars along with Temecula Quilt Blog fussy cut Fridays.  

The red stripe I used in the stars and the outside round of Lucy Boston is this older piece from my stash called  Sturbridge Village Scarlet by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Fabrics.


I believe all of the fabrics in the star and Lucy Boston below are from Jo Morton.



The stripe is Spice Market by Jo Morton for Andover Fabrics.   The flowers I used in the center of the Lucy Boston block are Annandale by Jo Morton and are cut from the border print.



 I appreciate each and every one of you who visit and every comment that you leave.

Thanks for stopping by. 

I hope you are finding some time to stitch!  

20 comments:

  1. Just beautiful......LuAnn
    Your quilt top is coming together lovely.........

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  2. Love your blocks. They will make a beautiful quilt.

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  3. Both of these quilts are on my wish list, your versions are gorgeous. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Oh, your Di Ford quilt is gorgeous!
    What meticulous fussy cutting to make those stripes all line up in your EPP blocks. Wonderful job!
    Hope your weekend is a relaxing one. : )

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  5. Your fussy cut stars are just lovely. I'll never think of striped fabric in quite the same way again.

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  6. Just so beautiful. The new border is great. I enjoy your choice of fabrics. I think you live in a fabric paradies.
    Have an nice sunday and take care
    Roswitha

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  7. Your Rotherfield Gray quilt is looking wonderful and I'm quite envious of it! I'd love to make it but "too many quilts, too little time".

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  8. That top is coming together beautifully. Medallion style quilts are becoming my favorite.

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  9. Lucy Boston blocks are amazing. Such precis cutting to achieve those straight lines for the frames and the stars too. Meticulous work at its best here. Stunning!

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  10. Saw your Rotherfield quilt on our DI Ford FB page and just had to hop over for another visit! Don't you just love each feature of making this quilt - how everything is linked together and yet has its own place. Wonderful work LuAnn!!

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  11. You have had a wonderfully product week. I love your POTC blocks and your diamonds are great too.

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  12. Gorgeous Rotherfield quilt... especially like the most recent border you added.
    You are the queen of fussy cutting for the Lucy Boston blocks! They are stunning!
    Happy 3 day weekend!

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  13. Your medallion quilt is so gorgeous! You are making wonderful progress on it. I love all of your fussy cut EPP blocks too. Your color and fabric choices are beautiful!

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  14. Wowt set beautiful work LuAnn. I love the stripe placement on your PTOC blocks.

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  15. beautiful blocks! Love that stripe

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  16. Love the variety of outer borders on your LB blocks!

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  17. Your Di FOrd quilt is looking great, LuAnn! I also love your paper pieced blocks, such wonderful fussy cutting!!

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  18. such beautiful projects you have going.

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  19. Forgot to tell you what a beautiful Rothersfield Grey quilt. Love Di Ford. I am looking forward to starting the projects of hers that I have selected. Also love Quiltmania magazine. Cancelled all of my other subscriptions and taking only Quiltmania. Hope they do not go to the dumb down patterns in the Amerian magazines. I love challenges and the Austrailian quilters work on difficult quilts.

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