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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Hope love and faith

After being in my closet for two years, I found the courage to cut into the fabric and start these beautiful quilts of McKenna Ryan named Love Hope and faith.

I'm very happy with the result.

Groetjes Mai

14 comments:

Chris H said...

They are gorgeous and look so good on your wall!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Simply beautiful!!!

Wanda said...

I love them. Thank you for sharing those. Congrats on the finish.

Wanda
http://wandas-quilts-crafts.blogspot.com/

BubzRugz said...

I have seen the pattern but not made up like that... it looks absolutely beautiful ....
Hugz

Michelle said...

Wow!!! They look fabulous on your wall, you've made a lovely job of them and Congrats on another finish.

Susan said...

Beautiful! I love McKenna Ryans work - I have some of her Sea Creatures tucked away (in the closet??). the blocks are done but not finished off yet. (its on my list of course)

Farmyard Crafts said...

I have never heard of her before. They are simply stunning and actually look like art works... not sewing! How gorgeous!

Marilyn said...

WOW. That looks absolutely beautiful. That is a wonderful way of finishing them.

Lynette said...

They are just beautiful. I love the way you have finished them.
So stylish.

Maria said...

They are beautiful. I like the way you did each block separately.

Amanda said...

I have seen this pattern and loved it then, and you have made it better, I absolutely love the way you have displayed them. Such a great idea!

Doris said...

They are beautiful. Such a modern way for our 'old fashioned' craft to be used. Well done!!

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

Wow...That is a great idea to display them on your wall...it fits in perfect!

Blessings & Aloha!

Sue said...

They look fabulous!! Did you buy it as a kit, with the fabric? Is this the Batik one, or the original one? I love the way you have done them as separate pieces.. they look like paintings! Well, they are really, just paintings with fabric instead of paint. Well done!! Hugs n Blessings from Sue xx