Wednesday, May 14, 2008

It's finished!!

I have finished the Take 5 comfort quilt. And it's a little late. I overheard my co-worker before I left work and it sounded like they were going to be moving her son to a different hospital in a different city. The only thing that I can think of is that he hasn't gotten any better and they are taking him to a specialist, but I am not 100% sure what is going on. Regardless, the quilt will be ready for her to take to him this weekend.

While I was stitching down the binding, Maisy was enjoying the fruits of my labor...



Here is the quilt finished.


Here are a couple of close ups of my quilting. I think that this was one of the last corners that I did so it was probably one of the better ones.



Now, to get a frame and that whole set up - next time I will be able to whip one of these bad boys out in a week! Well, hopefully, I won't need to make another comfort quilt for a while.

And now, back to my regularly scheduled quilting projects!


BitnByAQuiltingBug said...

Oh turned out wonderful. Way to go, Bratchild!
You're such a sweetie!

Gina said...

What a lovely bright quilt to give as a comfort quilt.

love and hugs xxx

Amelia said...

The color combination is great. It should brighten any one's day.

Amelia in Oklahoma

Regina said...

It turned out great -but lets hope you don't need to make many in the future!

Moneik said...

Your quilt is great and I'm sure it will brighten his day. Hopefully you don't have to make many more.

Niki said...

Get listed at my new quilters blog :)

Jen said...

It looks fabulous!!!! You did a great job and it's going to be so appreciated. I'm sad to hear that he's not making improvements. =(

Where's MR. Max? Under the quilt?

Jan said...

What a wonderful, day brightener is this quilt! Way to go!

Connie said...

Cute dog and GREAT quilt!

Clevelandgirlie said...

What a precious picture. What is it about dogs and quilts??? I have two corgis and even when I'm folding laundry, if there is a warm fresh out of the dryer towel on the floor, one of them is "on it!" Great picture -- and fun quilt!