Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Victory Garden


Here is my belated tribute to the Crown Jewels!
This quilt was so fun to make... and every single one
of the Union Jack's I have seen are so cute!
I want to make another... and another!

If you are thrilled about that idea too and want to celebrate
the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth
Victory Garden


Here is your chance. 
I am going to share my pattern with you.
Just leave me your name/comment and I will pick a winner tomorrow.

37 comments:

Ramona said...

Long Live the Queen! Love your non-traditional Union Jack colors.

Charlotte E said...

Such a cool quilt. I'm a Brit living in Oz and would love to curl up under a little slice of home.

Needled Mom said...

That is beautiful. I would love to make one for an English friend.

Clara {Clover and Violet} said...

My husband and i were just talking about this and I would love to make one!

Monica said...

I've been wanting to get that pattern for a while now! Thanks for the chance to win.

Carol said...

I love the colors in your Victory Garden quilt. Thanks for the chance to win the pattern. What was that celebration for the queen, h yeah Diamomd Jubilee.

Brandie said...

Oooo, love it!

Dayna at Precut Paradise said...

Sooo Cute!

Ginny Worden said...

Just "sew" darn cute. Love the British flag, and it's new colors.

Devon said...

Oh I would love to make one,,thanks for sharing your pattern,,
Devon
www.devonstitching.blogspot.com
hannaf_563atmsndotcom

NancieAnneQuilts said...

Sooo Kyoot! I've been obsessed with flag quilts for the holiday recently and this is fantastic! Would be such fun to make with my quilty buddy. Her Grandmother, whom she was very close to was a Brit. As a young nurse my friend had the opportunity to stay with family and work in England. It would bring back such special memories for her as a remembrance of her Grandmother & her time in the Isles. In fact, we now have the cutest little Brit nurse who works in surgery with us! She'd be thinking Fish n' Chips for sure if she saw this!

ytsmom said...

I would love to have this pattern! I've been wanting to make an Asterisk quilt,and this could satisfy that. Yours is so pretty.

Karen said...

Love it! Want it! Need it! I am also throwing out the fact that I have English ancestry :)

Jane S. said...

Wow! I love how different the Union Jack looks in pastels and poke-a-dots. Very creative use of colors.

Lesley said...

The quilts are adorable! Thanks for the chance!

Janet said...

Love those quilts. Yes please! I would be thrilled with the pattern. Thank you for the chance.

carol fun said...

I agree every single one of them is too cute! God bless the Queen!

Kristy said...

I so enjoy seeing how different fabirc choices make such a difference in the final quilt. I would be thrilled to try some of my fabrics out in this pattern. I have admired it for some time. Kristy

soardkg@fuse.net

Laurel said...

I've been reading a current biography of Queen Elizabeth II and would love to make a Union Jack. All the ones I have seen online are so fun!

Darlene said...

It's delightful.

pianomama said...

Love. Love. Love. Now for some tea. Hmmm. Yorkshire Gold or Lifeboat????

Sue said...

Just love this quilt ! I would love a chance to win this pattern

THANKS !

Janelle said...

i love the colors you used. Thanks for the chance. I have been thinking about one of these for awhile!

Renee G said...

Love the quilt that you made. I can see why you would want to make another.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

Cardygirl said...

Just love it...this I would really love to do!

Hildy said...

They're all beautiful quilts! Hildy

Gill said...

Fabulous!
I would love to make one!

Wendy said...

King George died in 1952 making Elizabeth the reigning monarch, but the actual coronation was in 1953. I am not usually a person to remember dates, but I do remember this because it was the year I was born...I would love to make a Jubilee quilt and would love the pattern.

Vicky said...

I have seen this quilt made here and there on the web...LOVE IT! Thanks for the chance to win.

Brenda said...

Love the pattern. I love everything to do with the Royals. Love the royal weddings...maybe it's the whole fairy tale aspect of it.

Denise in PA said...

I love this! I am definitely an Anglophile - even married a Brit - LOL! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Kris said...

Oh my gosh, be still my heart!!!! LOVE it!
Stay tuned on my blog for my "British" reveal!!!
Hugs,
Kris

Corrie said...

I love it! Your colors are wonderful.

Sherri said...

I LOVE your version...it's gorgeous! I'm going to have to make this quilt one of these days! Which pattern did you use?

Vicki said...

I love your quilt! SO much fun! I would love to make one....thanks for the chance!

Helen said...

I love this quilt. The colors are so fun.

Maybe I missed a post somewhere, but is this a pattern you designed?

trish @ notes of sincerity said...

I know I am way late on entering but I just had to say
how gorgeous your quilts are! Trish xo