Thursday, May 12, 2016

Autumn Glory

Autumn Glory
Quilt of Valor
56 x 69 inches
Early April, I delivered several finished Quilts of Valor to Sheep Camp Quilt Supply, owned by the Wyoming QOV coordinator. While there, I browsed around the store and found the kit for Autumn Glory in the Clearance Room for 30% off. I thought it was a great deal and bought the kit for a "non-traditional" QOV.

The kit included all the fabric (including the binding) and the pattern. I cut the fabric and took the pieces to Denver for the Sisters' Sew-in.

Autumn Glory was made using a Villa Rosa Design, called Crimson Glory, and is QOV #92 - a complete list can be seen here


12 comments:

  1. Nice job! You're getting so close to reaching the 100 mark for QOV. That's amazing!

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  2. Very pretty and what a bargain! I am so amazed that you have made this many QOV.

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  3. Looks more like a picture than a quilt...good job.

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  4. Love the little color blocks around the edges. Another beautiful QOV.

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  5. It might be non-traditional, but I really like it.

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  6. Oh wow I love Autumn Glory! I think this is one of your all-time greats Nancy!

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  7. Lovely. The blues and greens and black are my favorites. Do the Amish always put black in their quilts or am I making that up?

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  8. That is very pretty. A couple of my friends do Quilt of Valor. A very nice thing to do. Nancy

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  9. Ohhhhhhhh, I REALLY like this one! Beautiful Colors!

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  10. Oh wow, I'm loving this one...a lot!!

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  11. Nifty pattern -- colors would go for both a woman or a man. Someone is going to love this quilt.

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