Carolina Patchworks

Stick a Fork in Her

’cause she’s done…

15 thoughts on “Stick a Fork in Her”

  1. christi says:

    Yay! I can not wait to see a big picture of her completed! wowzer!

  2. Alyson S says:

    Beautiful, Great work. I hope to finish one someday…what are you going to do with it? Thanks for sharin…I hope we get to see more pictures!

  3. Cathy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing it with us today in the shop. I am very inspired by your quilting, it is absolutely gorgeous!

  4. Robin L says:


  5. Natys says:

    1 picture?!?!?!?! ONE PICTURE?!?!?!?!? thats mean
    Come on show it all =D

  6. Debbie says:

    How wonderful! You must be proud of that accomplishment. It is so pretty.
    Show us more.

  7. emily says:

    I’ll do more pictures once it stops raining…. which based on the forecast is next week (yuck!).

    No idea what I’m going to do with it…. it doesn’t match anything and we don’t have any huge walls to hang it on… hmmm…

  8. abby says:

    I have been wondering why you have not been blogging as much as normal. I can not wait to see the whole picture.

  9. Robin says:

    Oh wow! Congratulations!!! I can’t wait to see it in all it’s glory. 🙂

  10. Nevis says:

    OMG!!!! You’re finally done! I can’t wait to see the whole thing!

  11. hi! i’m thinking about purchasing one of your patterns…i want to make a quilt for my little one–not a baby quilt, but not a full/queen quilt either. and i can’t decide between ‘off your rocker’ or the ‘summer sorbet’. i want to use lots of pink and green amy butler prints. i’ve made a quilt years ago (a traditional log cabin)….hmm…what do you suggest?

  12. emily says:

    Natalie — if the prints you want to use are large with lots of different colors, I’d do Off Your Rocker. Summer Sorbet does better with denser prints that don’t have much color variation (hope that make sense).

  13. Jessi says:

    I love the purple! It is a wonderful quilt! I am a beginning quilter and I am totally inspired by you! Probably because you have young kids like me and still have time to quilt!

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