Wednesday, 10 October 2012

The rows are done!

At last I've finished sewing all the rows of my Farmer's Wife Sampler quilt.
It was a hard task, there were times when I thought I couldn't get it done.
All those tiny squares and matching ( kind of) all the seams wasn't easy but the important it's that is done.

Most important...I'm loving it

Now I have to think about the border...Solid or print? What do you think?
Today I'm linking up with Lee at Freshly Pieced for another WIP Wednesday.

11 comments:

Josie McRazie said...

I think a deep wine colour would really make them pop! (But of course I LOVE any red! LOL! )

Cheryll said...

It's solid for me... and it's wonderful Teresa! :)

Kathy said...

Teresa - it's amazing - and very beautiful :) I always like a plain border and I agree, a deep red would be lovely.

Kim said...

Well it's hard to pick a border from the picture but I do think dark is needed, and congratulations on your perseverance! It is beautiful!

Happy Sewing

Allison said...

wow! what an outstanding accomplishment! I would suggest a print if you are planning a wide border, or a solid if you are planning a narrow border. I agree that a darker red would be lovely.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Stunning!!!!!

Karen M. Walker said...

wonderful accomplishment!! I think a small print would be nice for the border. Not too busy, but a little something to it. :0 your friend, karen

marcella said...

Hurray for you! That is awesome that you finished all of those blocks.

Celia Gibson said...

Wow ! That looks so fabulous !

Charlie and Wendy said...

Oh Teresa, you have done such a wonderful job, it's fabulous.

Michelle said...

I vote for solid, so it doesn't distract from the blocks.