"It takes ages to finish a quilt you're not working on!"

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Indian Chief front and back.

This is the front, finished ready to frame. If you go close up, you may notice the difference in the beads. These are closer to the real turquoise colour. The first ones I had were just blue glass.
And this is his behind..er..back.

5 comments:

msstitch01 said...

He looks fantastic Gina. You would never know that you had a problem with thread colours running. Do you have a plan for your next big piece?

DebVA said...

Absolutely beautiful. Congrats on the finish.

Cathy said...

Beautiful. Can't wait to see it framed.

Crazee4books said...

Hi Gina,

Congratulations on the finish of the Indian Chief. I am sure that it will look fantastic when it's framed. But the problems that you ran into at the end there were hair raising!!! The threads bleeding were bad enough, but the beads possibly doing the same would have been too much after all the work that you'd put into it.

I loved seeing the new budgies on your other blog. They are so cute, and I find their stages of development to be fascinating. And such pretty colours they can turn out to be.

I was shaking my head over your loss (and the finding) of your cell phone. My DH and I still live in the 20th century. We don't own cell phones at all. Neither of us! We've somehow managed without thus far.

So sad how some people act regarding politics. It's something that can really get some people passionate to the point of loosing their better judgment and their objectivity. I'm not sure that I understand what you were handing out at the polling stations.

We're having positively nasty weather here today. Snow all last night, misty rain all day, and now it's raining steadily. The trip into work tomorrow should be loads of fun!!

Cheers.

tkdchick said...

Your Chief is fantastic!!!!