Top Almost Complete

My Philadelphia Pavement quilt top is almost complete, I just need to add a couple of plain borders and its ready for quilting!
(I apologise for the photos but it is dark and wet here and its so big I just threw it on the bed). I think the colours work well together, even though they are different to the original quilt made by Barbara Snyder Stoner in 1895.
I love the centre diamond, this is a really lovely layout and it has been fun to do but I must say that Im pleased to have this part of it complete!!


It is huge already so I am debating on the borders but Ive got a few days to think about it......Jules and I are off to Sydney for 4 days, for some "girl" fun!! Cant wait, you packed yet Jules?? Ill tackle the borders when I get back next week!

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  1. that's looking good Rose. I actually nearly packed. U? 2 more sleeps

    Jules

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  2. WOW, Rose. Your quilt looks spectacular. Lots of work I imagine. Have fun in Sydney ... guess you'll go to the Craft and Quilt Fair while you're there.
    Christine

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  3. absolutely gorgeous! and huge!! how big is it?

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  4. just beautiful
    what great coloration!
    wow! thats an accomplishment.
    Kathie

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  5. This quilt is impressive! I love how it's all solids - something I couldn't do as I find prints way too tempting:). Enjoy your time away. Good luck finishing this quilt!

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  6. WOW! That's a lot of little squares! Your quilt is beautiful;) The colors are great!

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  7. Its a beauty....the quilting is really going to show well in all those solids. Can you direct us to the pattern?
    don't forget to leave some fabric in Sydney!

    Happy Sewing

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  8. Awesome quilt Rose...it must have bin a "hell"of a job...but the result is very beautyful...the colors are great...have a wunderfull time in Sydney..
    greetings from Holland
    Francien.

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  9. Its a great looking quilt. Hope you and Jules have a good time, and come home safely.

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  10. Rose, it takes my breath away! So gorgeous. Have a fun getaway!

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  11. Looks great Rose! No wonder you are so happy - all those teeny weeny bits!!
    Have fun in Syd
    x Sarah

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  12. wow that is stunning. I don't think it needs any borders in my humble opinon. But Wow, that can come and live at my house any time. LOL

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  13. What a beautiful quilt! It is such an interesting setting. I scrolled down and saw your Dresden plates - they are so pretty. I'm curious to see them set with the Jacob's ladder variation.

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  14. That is stunning! I love it!

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  15. This is a wonderful work of art, just love the colours in this quilt,

    Take care

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