Saturday, November 12, 2011

Green Monochromatic - Finished!

Not only is the Green Monochromatic Challenge Quilt Finished, it has been presented to a very special young lady under treatment for Non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
The back of the quilt was made with signature blocks of all her co-workers, who continue to admire her bravery during the last few months of treatment. Enough blocks were left for her family and those close at M.D. Anderson's Hospital in Houston.

Each block measures just 4 1/2" -- using 2" strips and 5" squares in between the 9-patches. A smaller quilt of 65 x 73, it is just right to travel and snuggle on the sofa.

Although I did not finish the quilt in time to link up at Patchwork Times for the Green Monochromatic Challenge, I will party with Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict.


Quiltjane said...

Jamie, stunning as ever. A marvel in green.

FabricsNQuilts said...

Beautiful, just beautiful!
Whoop Whoop!

Mary said...

Great Pictures and I'm glad you have time to blog again. I'll say an extra prayer for you.

Sue said...

Wow! What a stunning quilt....both front and back. I love the colours you chose.

Sarah Craig said...

That is amazing, Jamie! I love the front, and the back is so special with the signature blocks - and I love the way you laid them out. The back is as beautiful as the front! Whoop whoop!!!

Karen said...

What a beautiful quilt. I love the signatures on the back. That makes this quilt even more special. Your quilts are an inspiration to me.

Quiltsmiles said...

Jamie another great finish and that it will be for a couragious young lady going through her challenge is wonderful. I hope the love stitched into it helps her heal and renew. Nicely done.

I alos love the way you use your design wall when working on your monochromatic challenges. Wish I lived closer, you are an inspiration. Jane

LynCC said...

This is an amazing quilt, front and back. It is sure to lift her spirits mightily

cookie said...

what a great quilt.
I love front and back.
a prayer for the very special young lady that is under treatment for Non-Hodgkin lymphoma.


Quilting Lodge said...

What a great quilt! You did an outstanding job.

Vicki @ Quilting Lodge