Looks great. Feels good to get something finished. Chris
It looks great... it will brighten any room or life! I have quite a few that have taken 2, 4 or more years to complete.
How pretty! Of course, my favorite color is pink. Love the random placement of the different blocks.
Love that "inner" border on this one, Wanda--justenought to break up that checkerboard...lovely finish. Happy Holidays to you hugs, Julierose
some quilts take us a long time to finish for some reason - this one even though it took awhile is awesome!
Worth the wait, I'd say! I just love this one!
It's a beautiful quilt! Congratulations on your finish!!!Merry Christmas!
It's gorgeous. Congratulations on the finish.
You know I love the pink.
You must remember: with quilting, you don't want to rush into anything! Like fine wine, the flavor savors as it rests. Happy holidays!
Love indeed! I like the way you broke up the checkerboards with two strips on either end. Love the whole thing.
What a great way to end the year. It looks gorgeous. I bet it is even more beautiful in person!! Happy Holidays Miss Wanda, and thanks for your blog. I learn something every time I visit. Your studio tour was great, with so many pictures. Now I can visualize where your quilt group meets & and see how you have room for them all!!
We all know you have had so many more 'finishes' in between the production of Checkerboard Love. It really is a grand design. Feels good and warm just to look at on these wintery days. JJM
Glorious colour and a great hilt to finish up at Christmas!
Every morning I look forward to reading your blog and looking at the great photos, whether they be of quilts, nature, or cookies. I learn so much about design and technique. This one will now be filed in my brain for the times when I need to make a quilt longer but not wider, or wider but not longer. An "inner" border is a great idea. I'm just finishing the binding on a quilt that has blocks that are 14 inches square. It was hard to get it to the "ideal" size for the recipient. Now I know a great way to accomplish that for the next quilt.Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Your blog brings so much color to so many lives!deb
It's absolutely fabulous - I adore all that red and pink! Looks like a cherry pie explosion!
This is just gorgeous!! I love all the pinks and the two side "inner borders" :) What is the size of the finished squares?
Great job again!! Thx for nice bday wishes on my blog.
Your quilts is astonishingly pretty. Congratulations. And your studios are wonderful, so neat and organized.
Just the burst of color I needed to see today. Rain for days, dark and fog. Love the border.
Another beautiful, colorful quilt! I enjoyed gazing at it while I figured out the pattern. The way you arranged the blocks makes a big impact. I'm glad you were able to spend the time to think about the design.
I loved the binding before I realized you had used the same fabric as an inner border. Now I think it is exquisitely perfect!í
And, a beautiful finish it is! Congratulations!
Time is relative! It is a finished quilt!
Your quilt is beautiful. I love the solid squares added in. You do such pretty work.Pattypaweis at yahoo dot com
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