Boy, that's gorgeous! Well done on your finish! I'm still working on just a little one. Now if everyone would leave me alone! LOLI love wool batting!
Hope to see yours some day! I need to spend more time stitching and less time on the internet
I love a quilt fresh out of the washer and dryer! Good finish.
Thanks can't wait to start the next one
Wow! It looks wonderful!! All those beautiful small stitches. You will enjoy staying warm under it :0)
it turned out beautiful!!! love it....great quilting design...nice work! great start to a new year!!
Thanks Tim, that means alot coming from you. Hope you are adapting well to the floor frame. Baptist fans are a great design to do on a floor frame.
congrats! it is beautiful!
Beautiful! What brand of wool batt did you use? Can't beat wool for a warm quilt.
I used Hobbs, it sure is a warmer quilt than a cooton batting.
Superb ! well done - it does look cuddly and the hand quilting gives it that dimension :)Every Stitch
Thank you, I am really enjoying being under it on this chilly night
It gorgeous. I never used a wool batting but I can imagine that it feels very warm.
Thank you and thanks for visiting
absolutely beautiful, wow.I love the look of the wool battingthanks for sharingKathie
I try to use wool in quilts I intend to use on a bed or as a cozy quilt. Thanks for stopping by and the inspiration your blog gives me.
I try to use wool in quilts I intend to use on a bed or as a cozy quilt. Tha
How did you wash your quilt with the wool batting? Did it shrink up like a cotton batt would? It is a lovely quilt.
Robin, Thanks for stopping by. I used hobbs wool batt and it is washable as is most that is produced. I just threw it in the washer in warm water and then into the dryer at a regular setting. I found that it shrinks less than cotton, and is oh so warm.
Your quilt is gorgeous! I haven't tried wool batting yet but I would like to.
What a gorgeous quilt.. a family heirloom :)Congrats on a big finish.
gorgeous! lovely hand quilting and what a nice blog
Thanks so much!