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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

And then there were twelve!

The last block instruction for the Jelly Roll Sampler Quilt Along was put up yesterday and I was eager to get it done.

Here it is:





And here are all of them together.








I am really happy that I have been able to keep up with this quilt along. I am looking forward to put it all together.

15 comments:

Darlene said...

It's fabulous, Michelle! WooHoo!!!

Barb said...

Great job....will you come and finish mine?

Melissa C said...

Your blocks look great. I still have the 12th block to make and am thinking about making 4 extra ones of my favorites.

Kari @ Fresh Cut Quilts said...

I began it, and then dropped the ball. I designed the block in your quilt that is shown on the bottom left corner. They all look very pretty in your fabric choice though. You did a great job.

Michele said...

i love the muted tones in your blocks! this quilt will be a cozy one, I dare say!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I'm so jealous! You must be the first one done (at least the first one I know). It makes me want to rush home and finish up.

Lee said...

looks great I commend you for keeping up with a quilt-a-long

call me crazy said...

They look great! I wish I had been able to keep up, but it didn't happen. :-o

sweetbabies00 said...

I love Peace on Earth. You did a great job.

Miss Nancy said...

Very, very nice!

Have a super great sewing day.

Manoli C. said...

¡Muy bonito!
Me encantan los colores y el quilt.
Bye!!!

Peg said...

Lovely blocks - I just discovered this quilt-along at block # 11, but I have all the patterns, and will get to it sometime (with 4-5 others on the go right now, I need to do some finishing first LOL). Looking forward to seeing the finished project. Blessings

Myra said...

Your blocks are great Michelle! Good job! 8-)

John'aLee said...

What a beauty. The 'name' of your blog caught my attention. I have sold thousands of Darlene Zimmerman's EZ Dresden rulers over the last 6 years...and the quilt I designed using it (Meet Me In Paris) actually made my business. I had no idea what the word
'dresden' was going to mean to me.
I looked in your profile...to read about you and was interested in your name. I would love to know!
Quilting Hugs!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Wishing mine was done! Good for you.