"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Friday, February 13, 2009

February WISP - Noah's Ark finished!

My February WISP is the Noah's Ark BOM from Lynette that I have made into a lap quilt. I'm so happy with the result!




This is a story quilt, something I can use to tell the story of Noah and the Flood to my grandchildren. I'm a bit sad that it's finished though...Lynette's little embroideries are quite addictive!


Enjoy your stitching this weekend!
Hugs,
Jenny

14 comments:

Deb said...

Wow Jenny your Noahs Ark quilt looks incredible. I love your choice of fabrics used.

Vickie said...

Jenny what a marvelous quilt..the colours you have chosen are so brillant..truly wonderful
cheers Vickie

Jeni said...

just love the colours in your quilt
well done
Jeni

The Faerie Queen said...

Wow, The quilt looks wonderful. I have just found your blog and will be making the Wonkey House wall hanging, Thank you for the design.
Jane.
http://spreadingthefaeriedust.blogspot.com/

Simone de Klerk said...

This is lovely, Jenny. The colors of the fabrics match perfectly to your stitcheries. So nice and bright. Fabulous, really!

Nancy said...

WOW, your quilt finished out very nicely....lovely colors...

Yvette said...

That is the cutest interpretation of those blocks that I have seen!

Sarah (JOT) said...

It's really lovely!!!

MYRA said...

You've been a busy gal! Quilting, stitcheries, knitting and all... Good for you! 8-)
Your Noah's Ark is wonderful! 8-) I hope to make those stitcheries sometime...
You've been published! Wow! 8-)
Happy stitchings!

Fiona said...

That's so gorgeous Jen - and what an heirloom to leave behind for not only your grandchildren, but probably great and great-great grandies in the future.
Love,
Fee xx

Jo in TAS said...

Love how you've finished off the Noah's Ark blocks, it look fabulous!

Judith Tetley said...

Congratualtions on your "Noah's Quilt"....it is stunning!
Regards..Judith from Australia

ozjane said...

How lovely. That would almost justify me buying a jelly roll in those rainbow colors.

SewAmy said...

you Noah quilt turned out so cute.