Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Miss Rosie's Quilts
The End

Thank you so much for all your wonderful comments in part I of my Miss Rosie's Quilts parade. I believe I've responded to everyone however some are still 'no reply' so it makes it very difficult to send a personal thank you. And, Julie on the "surface of the sun" - yes Olde World Quilt Shoppe is definitely worth the drive from anywhere in the Valley.

1. Elizabeth

2. Cheap Trick
(hey who stole the borders????) LOL
3. Midwinter
this is the actual quilt on the cover of the pattern. This was the first quilt Carrie asked me to make as a sample in 2004

I made two Don't Fence Me In quilts - samples for a local quilt store a long time ago (no pictures) And, my daughter has Just Ask but it can be seen in my Webshots album.

Again, thak you so much for stopping by to visit with me - come again soon!


In Friendship!

40 comments:

Thimbleanna said...

You've made some absolutely gorgeous quilts. I especially love Elizabeth!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Love all the quilts. They are so beautiful!

kjquilts said...

Woah! For a minute I thought that was my Elizabeth quilt! LOL! All your quilts are beautiful...

sunny said...

Pretty pretty! I'm currently collecting fabrics for a Cheap Trick!

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

So many pretty quilts! I got a giggle over the stolen borders -- I have a thing for borderless quilts. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

Karen said...

I still like the basket quilt shown on the previous post the best!

Cara said...

Your Elizabeth is just gorgeous!

Sandra said...

At first glance I'd say the Elizabeth is my favorite, but then I looked down through your last post and simply cannot limit my favorites to one. Your quilts are all so lovely! I'm going to have to add a Miss Rosie pattern to my to-do list.

Sherri said...

I've loved seeing all of your large Miss Rosie's quilts...they're all amazing! Thanks so much for sharing them!

wendysquilting said...

I'm still so in love with the Elizabeth quilt with the wuthering heights collection! I love all of your quilts. I sure wish I knew how to change the no reply on my blog. I'll keep trying.

passingdowncrazy said...

Elizabeth is calling my name!!!

Quilter Kathy said...

OH my goodness...there's more?!?
Love each of these too!
I'd like to make that cheap trick...it looks like a great stashbuster!

annieb said...

Just love Miss Rosie! I like Elizabeth and Mojo, but truly really like them all. I am going to cut out Mojo this month I think from Thimbleberries scraps that I have collected over the years.

Laura said...

Beautiful quilts Darlene! I like them all, but really like the fun colors you used for Cheap Trick.

Allie said...

Dang girl, just ONE of those quilts would take me years to finish - they are so beautiful!

Shiree said...

Hi Darlene,
I haven't been to visit for a whi;e so have been catching upon your posts, my oh my, such a lot of lovely Miss Carrie quilts indeed, I just love them ,they are way too cute, and you have been ever so busy! They are all so gorgeous...

QuiltSue said...

They're all lovely, but I think Elizabeth is my favourite. Would it like to come and live in the UK?

Quilt Hollow said...

Wowzers....unsure which is my favorite they are all so yummy!!

Kaaren said...

You mean it's over? Darn! I want to see more.

All kidding aside, Darlene, they are all beautiful. No grass has time to grow under your tootsies, huh?

W. Latane Barton said...

The quilts are all so pretty but I have to say that Cheap Tricks is my favorite of the three. Just into pastels right now I think.

Wendy said...

All your quilts are beautiful but I especially love Elizabeth, I'm adding that one to my someday list.
Thanks for taking the time to share.

Janet said...

Fantastic show and tell again Darlene. I adore the last one. Thanks so much, there's nothing better than admiring quilts.

Carol said...

LOVE 'EM! LOVE 'EM! LOVE 'EM!!!!!!!!!
Beautiful, beautiful quilts...Midwinter has a million pieces and it is gorgeous. Did I say I love them??!!

Lori said...

Such great quilts! I enjoyed seeing every one of them!

Denise in PA said...

I've been seeing Elizabeth around the internet. That's one of Carrie's patterns I don't have. But, I think that's going to change really soon o:) Love yours colors!

call me crazy said...

Great quilts! I loved your quilt show, can't pick a favorite~ how lucky to sew for Carrie! :-)

Karen said...

Darlene, Elizabeth is amazing. What fabric did you use? That one definitely could live at my house :). Thanks for sharing.

Loris said...

Fab-U-lous! I was thinking Elizabeth was my favorite, but your version of Midwinter has won.
Awesome work :-)

Thelma said...

Oh Wow, you've saved the best for last, I can not pick a favorite from these, they are all lovely.

I pre-ordered Carries other book, I've heard it has Elizabeth in it, I hope so, I LOVE that pattern.

Shakerwood said...

They all look fantastic. I have one of Carrie's books. I have even bought the fabric to make Six Degrees of Separation (a birthday gift to me!) One day soon though.....

Red Geranium Cottage said...

WOW what a great show missy!!! Loved every minute of it. Thanks for showing all those to us.

Vicky said...

They're all gorgeous, but Midwinter is pulling at my heartstrings. You have a wonderful collection of Rosie quilts! We're all jealous!!

MARCIE said...

What a fabulous display of quilts! You never cease to amaze me!

joan said...

Oh they are all soooo beautiful but the Midwinter is my favourite. I am drooling all over that one! You do beautiful work :)

Cheryl said...

Wonderful quilts....exciting news---I just got the borders on my Between Friends quilt!! Great pattern you designed Darlene.

Millie said...

Darlene...I LOVE all your quilts. It is so much fun to visit your blog! Thank you so much for sharing all your beautiful quilts.

Ginger Patches said...

Wow, those are all so beautiful!! You're quite the celebrity stunt sewer big sis :)

*karendianne. said...

Hey! I love "Cheap trick" - great colors.

Kigwit said...

Do we have to pick a favorite? There's just no way! Thanks for sharing all of them with us. I enjoyed it.

I finally got my copy of Schnibbles in the mail on Thursday. LOVE IT. Only I can't decide which one to do first.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

You do such good work. I love them. How great to see your work turn out so great.

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