Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Red Chairs.

My Calendar quilt is done!
I have a chair for every season.
I thought about calling this quilt...restful seasons :)

The Quilt Cupboard needed a redwork Calendar quilt...
and I asked, "Can I do it?"
The owner Sheri said, "Yes."

Then I got awfully nervous.
What if....
What if.....

I offered to design this quilt in the middle of December.
Now (after lots of handwork) I'm done and
I'm smiling from ear to ear. :)

January.

February.


March.



April.



May.




June.



July.



August.




September.



October.





November.




December.



Here it is.
All put together.
Wish you could see the real thing.
Pictures don't always say it well enough,
especially my pictures!!

Sheri has a monthly redwork club.
I hope her club has as much fun as I did making this one!

17 comments:

  1. Great job Beth. I love it. I'll have to stop by Sheri's and see it in person.

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  2. It's very clever, Beth. And cute, too. Congratulations!

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  3. Super-cute and very inspiriring. I've got to dig out my redwork UFO and finish it.

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  4. My sister Robin told me I would like to see this and she was right. I love it!

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  5. AWESOME! My favorites are January (looks very cozy) and May (looks very relaxing).

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  6. You just go ahead, smile from ear to ear and BASK IN THE GLORY! That is one amazing effort. My hearty congratulations to you.

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  7. So impressive! See, when everyone else says Hasn't the year gone so quickly? or I don't know where the time goes... you can look at your quilt and know exactly how beautifully you spent your year... Great space :) K

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  8. Wow, it is wonderful Beth. Excellent!

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  9. Congratulations, Beth on a quilt well designed and made; it's so pretty!

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  10. Amazing, m'dear. You are QUITE the talented woman. I'm impressed.

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  11. Beth, by any chance does your husband work for a language learning company? (I'm not stalking him...so don't fret.)

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  12. What a lot of work! :) It turned out beautiful! :)

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  13. Did you hear that? It was the sound of thunderous applause. Ohmigosh. What a work of art! HOW did you ever come up with those 12 adorable designs? Never mind. I shouldn't have asked that. You have an unbelievably creative mind that puts me to shame.

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  14. Oh, Beth, your red quilt is beautiful! You must feel so good to have it finished...good for you!

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  15. Beth, this is absolutely beautiful. Such nice, clever and well-designed pictures. Every one of them is perfect. Thanks for sharing!

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