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Friday, January 27, 2017

Friday Finish

Hi friends!
This is my Friday finish, made it on my other blog   "ASIMPLYGREAT" 
Here   For my next door neighbor who has cancer, hopefully she has beat it!
 We didn't know she had it till right before Christmas when I was working on 5 quilts for Christmas presents so I couldn't start on it until after Christmas.
The wind was just trying to left it up when I was making these pictures.
 Missy said Ed are coming home today. Now begins the job of keeping him from trying to do things after they cut him open.
Men thinks for some reason they can just go back to doing again right after surgery and this is his first.
Maybe she can sit on him!
Hoping to get some more blocks done today.
Hugs
Babs

12 comments:

Shauna said...

very nice quilt, I love the bright colors

Julierose said...

Lovely quilt--your neighbor will certainly be uplifted by it!
Yes, men do think that they can just "get up and go!" --ask me how I know...lol ;0000
hugs, Julierose

Rosa said...

Love your fabric combo and design.It´s a stunning quilt.
Sending proyers to your friend and sure she will battle the cancer.

Terry said...

aww, she will like it, very pretty

Ioleen Kimmel said...

Beautiful colours and a great layout. Your neighbour will love it. Wish her all good things.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Your quilt turned out very nice.

Rose said...

I like this quilt...I did not realize you had another blog. Or if I did, I forgot it with all that has gone on.

donna said...

Beautiful quilt my dear. Sending prayers for your friend.
Hugs
donna

Chatty Crone said...

I can just imagine how loved and warm your neighbor will feel with that quilt. sandie

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

How sweet to make for your neighbor. It's really nice.

Needled Mom said...

That is lovely. Yes....men are the worst patients! It's just not in their nature.

sewyouquilt2 said...

great looking quilt for your neighbor. she will love it. and yes men think they are invincible. Missy has her work cut out in trying to keep him down until he is healed.