Tuesday, March 12, 2013

The thirteenth and last row is sewn!

Lori Holt came with the last row, #13, of the Bee In My Bonnet Row Along last week. Yesterday she revealed the order of the rows. The link shows the progress of the participants in this row-along. Here are a few pictures of my last row:

The left half:
...and the right half:

These are bright and cheery tulips, and I really feel the spring mood coming, even though it is full winter outside. I have to go out this weekend and buy a nice bouquet with the real flowers to brighten up my living room.

One of my favorite tulips in this row is the black one; I would love to have one like this in my garden!


Now I will start sewing the rows together, and soon Lori will present the tutorial for the pieced border. When it is finished the quilt will be a twin-size, 70" x 88". I have loved this project from the beginning, and it was perfect to end with the tulips, my favorite row.


2 comments:

  1. Lovely tulips! Looking forward to seeing the final result!

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  2. Fun, happy tulips! Congratulations on getting this far in the row along! I'm rowing along, too (my photos are on the Flickr page as "Grey Dogwood") and I am really loving this project. I can't wait to see what the borders are going to look like.

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