Tuesday, March 13, 2012

There will be a Happy Ending!

The Farmer and his wife have finally got their act quilt top together!

Not without a spot of bother....

(The first option used a more sparsely dotted fabric)

Mr and Mrs Schmidt don't always have the same view of life...




Mr Farmer is a bit of a square, a straight up and down type of guy....




Denyse often sees things from a different (on-)point of view!




But I think they have their act top together...


Even if it is upside down!!


But how will they keep sew it together???


By hand or by machine?


Mr Farmer and Denyse may need to go to counselling to solve that one!

Of course, they would be happy to take advice from neighbours and friends!




They also apologise for the rather poor photos....

They live in a little house and they found it very difficult getting all the top in 

these shots!




And MrPnP didn't want to play!


Happy days!

SUZ


PS It's not too late to enter my giveaway!

27 comments:

  1. Oh Suz, well done... it's lovely and fresh... so much piecing in there....
    Hugz

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  2. Very pretty and love the dotty background. Great story,too!

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  3. These are just beautiful :)) absolutely beautiful..

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  4. Oh wow, I LOVE THIS! The dotted background is the most perfect choice! Great job!! : )

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  5. This is now officially my all time favourite setting for the FW blocks. Looks gorgeous!

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  6. How exciting is this. Wonderful to see this top together.
    Congratulations, it looks great!

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  7. Oh my goodness, look how much you've done, they're all together! You've been working hard, she's going to be lovely once finished, well done! (and keep going!!)

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  8. I love the dotty background Suz. They look fabulous. May they live a long and happy life together!
    Machine!!!

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  9. I love your layout and spotty/dotty sahing fabric. It is going to be such a wonderful quilt. Nice to see someone who has actually got their Farmer's blocks all the way to a pieced front!

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  10. Utterly stunning as always! It looks amazing and I think the husband and wife could use a hand surely?! ;)

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  11. It looks great - I love the on point and square placements - very clever and the spots are perfect!

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  12. Beautiful! Love your block arrangement!

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  13. Your spots look great and I am sure in such a setting they are going to live happily every after. Take care.

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  14. Totally gorgeous!
    I have no idea about the quilting - what's going on the back?

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  15. I don't want this saga to end. All your blocks and the story have been so fun.

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  16. Oh my word! This is the sweetest quilt ever! I love the dots!!! Someday when I get brave enough I want to do a farmer's wife quilt, too! Good job!!! :)

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  17. oh my gosh your blocks are gorgeous! I just spyed them over on pinterest and had to tell you how lovely they are! The black and white sashing is just perfect. Jessie, xo

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  18. Mr. PnP didn't want to play???? Imagine that! hee hee! I love it Suz and so glad you did a dot. And boy-oh-boy did you do it well. It is fabulous!!! My vote is for hand quilting...of course!

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  19. Looks amazing!! Love all the blocks!! =D

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  20. Fantastic to see all those farmer's wife blocks put together!! (I am slowly making blocks from the lovely farmer's wife quilt book too). The spotted fabric is a great idea, and the alternate arrangement of the blocks looks great too!
    Helen x

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  21. It's completely wonderful! I love your spotty background. An inspired choice!

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  22. I'm glad the farmer and his wife were able to put the top together. Love their fabric choice. This would give me a reason to want to start it too .............. one day ........... in the far future!

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  23. Oh, my, my, my! Your quilt keeps me going on mine....soooooooo pretty...love the dot and I'm planning that same setting. Some of the blocks just need to be set straight, right! LOL

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  24. Amazing!!! I'm very impressed....

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  25. It's so encouraging to see such a lovely finish .. I'm just starting my Farmer's Wife and the end seems so far away - lol

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