Friday, June 24, 2011

courthouse top complete


I am going to keep it without borders.
Measures about 64 by 80.

14 comments:

Saska said...

Looks fine to me without a border. Gotta love the plaids!

Elaine Adair said...

Wow - how cooool!

Jan said...

So speedy! Love it with no border.

Jodi said...

I love what you do with strips and stripes! Wonderful!

ga447 said...

Just love the quilt and all the fabric.

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh wonderful! I just love it! What a great top!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, Lynn...all this and a helpful, compassionate neighbor, too!

xxooSharon

Kathie said...

so can I send you my address I love it just the way it is and promise to give it a good home!!!!
Kathie

Ginette said...

That may be the most beautiful courthouse steps I have ever seen. I love log cabins without borders. You are so fast. Since seeing your fisrt blocks I have been beefing up my 1 1/2 plaid strips as I cut out "Rectangle Wrangle" from Bonnie's book.

Alexis said...

Lovely quilt!

Frog Quilter said...

Wonderful. You may have inspired me to make one. My 1.5 inch drawer does need taming. lol.

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

64X80 is a great size! I made a courthouse steps, but matched all the fabric. I like the way you used all scraps - I might try it again! I have an antique log cabin with no border and I often make mine with no borders too. Alot of the older patterns didn't use borders because it would have been too expensive to actually purchase fabric for borders! Go scraps! Cheers! Evelyn

Exuberant Color said...

I like log cabins without borders. I only put them on if I have to make the quilt larger.

Anonymous said...

Amazing