"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:

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

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

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  3. just love the colours in your quilt
    well done
    Jeni

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  4. 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/

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

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

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

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  8. 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!

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  9. 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

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

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

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

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  13. you Noah quilt turned out so cute.

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