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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Collecting my Quilt From Linda

We are “on the road again” in the caravan and stayed for a couple of nights in Taupo.  And while there  had a very important visit to Linda of Razzle Dazzle Quilter who had quilted her magic on my Candlewick quilt.  Linda had been in touch to tell me it looked gorgeous, and although I didn’t doubt her for one minute, I was really looking forward to seeing it myself. 

Hershey loves it too

And what a great job she had done, even the cat thought so.  I’m not showing too much, just yet.  The first job I want to do when we finally get back home from this caravan trip will be to attach the binding.  And then there will be photos galore, I promise.  The quilting is so lovely, and really sets off my simple candlewick blocks.   Thanks so much Linda, I am delighted again, with your beautiful quilting.


loulee said...

You're right, that quilting looks awesome.

Jenny said...

My beautiful quilt will be enjoying a caravan holiday till we get home again. It is safely rolled up inside a big bath towel to keep it clean.

Razzle Dazzle Quilter said...

Thanks Jenny
I got such a surprise when I saw that photo of Hershey coming up. I thought "That's Hershey, I didn't put that photo up". How funny.
It was lovely to have you join in with Sweet Peas yesterday. Show and tell was great.

Tired Teacher said...

This teaser reveals just enough for me to tell that it's stunning.

Maria said...

WOW! the quilting is amazing and does enhance the candlewicking..

crazyquilter said...

So lovely to see you again, Jenny.

It was a good opportunity for others to bring their quilts for show and tell and I really enjoyed the morning with you.

Glad you love your quilt - I think it is a real masterpiece - well worth the time it took you to make it.

Jenny said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments. Linda's quilting turns the candlewick top into a "masterpiece" and I can't wait to get it home and the binding on.

And it was so nice to meet up with the "Sweet Pea" stitching group - will be blogging about that very soon.

Janice said...

Wow! Linda certainly does work magic. I can't wait to see the big ta da moment.