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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Check....Point

Binding has been made.....



and applied...


all my loops have been properly looped....


and my arrows aligned....


This is, of course, Point Me....a new pattern by Denyse Schmidt.  I used Kona Snow for the background as well as several of Denyse Schmidt's re-released Flea Market Fancy to fill the arrows with brilliant color....

   
 The back features a fabulous fabric by Nancy Mims....called Pick A Bunch.....


The fabrics came from my favorite shoppe....Sew To Speak......


Happy Thursday!
mary

41 comments:

  1. Wow Wow Wow! Just beautiful and that backing is perfect!!! hugs, Trish xo

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  2. Ahhhh! This quilt is like fresh air! Absolutely lovely!
    Simply Miss Luella

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  3. Wow, that was fast!!! I love your loopy loops! I just started FMQing and will probably branch out from stippling soon, it's addictive and I love learning new things. I think I've faved 100 of your photos on flickr as inspiration!

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  4. *le sigh*

    ... and jolly good to see those socks back in action mary! - have missed them xxx

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  5. This is just ridiculously gorgeous! As ever! Love it and the socks! Am trying to work out what is written on them ...hehe! The third photo reminds me of fantastic angel fish!

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  6. Another beautiful inspiring quilt!!! I'm glad you chose to machine quilt because those loopy loops suit this quilt so much. Beautiful binding and beautiful backing - I love it all!!

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  7. Oh this is ridiculously lovely!! It IS like angel fish... catching a glimpse of them under the rippling surface of the sea! Love it, but of course I would!!! I love everything you do!! ;-}

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  8. I love how it came out! The quilting is perfect.

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  9. Did you quilt this yourself?? It's amazing!!! Just like every other quilt you make! :o)

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  10. Just beautiful, a really wonderful quilt!

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  11. Gorgeous. Great to see you back at your creative best again.

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  12. Another stunner! Brilliant!

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  13. i am happy to see your cute feet again! xo

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  14. Very pretty! I even love the backing!

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  15. Oh my Gosh! So fresh and pretty. Love the loops : )

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  16. This is so pretty! A bundle of these fabrics arrived at my house today, this is inspiring.

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  17. so pretty, and I love the green seeds plus blue floral for the binding. such a great touch.

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  18. I know I told you already on flickr, but I have to tell you again Mary: this is fabulous!

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  19. This is just gorgeous. I know things have been difficult lately but I hope this quilt brings you joy whenever you look at it.

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  20. What a happy quilt! Love it!

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  21. The socks have returned! Beautiful quilt, love the loops in that quilting. Also love that backing fabric. Well actually I love everything about this quilt!

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  22. Lovely quilt. And that piece of blue flowers in the green binding is such a nice touch :)

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  23. Oh Mary it's another fabulous quilt!!! I honestly thought you were just showing us a picture of binding at the start but you've been a busy bee! It's beautiful. I love the effect of the quilting and the arrows are perfect!! The colours pop so beautifully against the snow. And the FMF binding is gorgeous. It's a stunner :)

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  24. wow...it is stunning! The binding is a perfect match too.

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  25. Absolutely love it! The loopiness is perfect and the binding just pops.

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  26. What a gorgeous way to use a charm pack or two! This looks like it took about 53 charms to me - am I guessing about right? I'm a big fan of your loops, too!

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  27. everyone has already used all the adjectives I can think of to describe how lovely this quilt is.

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  28. Congratulations on a happy and pretty finish! Your binding is very elegant. I think this quilt will spread a lot of cheer...
    ; )

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  29. what a truly stunning quilt, the loopy quilting is fabulous!

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  30. Love, love, love your newest quilt. The quilting looks great, did you mark lines for the height of the loops? They look so even.

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  31. So pretty, I love your fabric choices!

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  32. So beautiful, and your loops are so precise! Great work.

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  33. Impressive.....those triangles to form arrows on the white background are very effective and of course with all the different patterns. Lovely!!!

    Amanda

    New follower to your blog :-)

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