Yep...this one was it. The last of the Egg Money quilts; I think I've done four or maybe five of them now. The most challenging part is making sure that they don't all look the same. I'm quite pleased with how this one turned out and so is Lyn. Its a big quilt and I took a lot of pictures, so you might want to get a cup of coffee and enjoy the show. Rather than just showing one or two, I'm going to post the majority of them--hope you like it as much as I do!
My ceiling isn't very tall; this quilt really drug on the floor.
Next...the individual blocks: (Remember, you can click on a block for a close-up view)
And finally, the front and back of the different border treatments.
Notice the painting in my header?? This one is called "Big Butt" and is by Leslie Ann Webb. Click hereto read about Leslie and see more of her work.
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