Irish Doll Quilt and a Winner

This morning I sat and finished the binding on the doll quilt I made for my friend Lisa's granddaughter, Irish.  I'm calling this quilt "Luck of the Irish".  I wanted to use the Gaelic translation, but the words were unpronounceable, and so I'm sticking with English.

I'm really fond of this double Irish chain pattern.

Here is the back.  It's so cheery.

It seemed fitting that a rainbow should appear yesterday just as I was finishing up this quilt.  It's one of the few good things about our rainy springs. . . well, that and our green landscape.

I half expected to see a pot of gold and a dancing leprechaun!

Well somebody's about to get lucky, because I'm choosing the winner from the March NewFO Link-Up.  Twenty-two of you linked up in March.  I generated a number at random, and came up with:

#19--Sue Daurio

I've contacted Sue via separate email.  Watch for April's NewFO Linky party to be posted on April 30th.  Share your NewFO projects and be entered to win.  There are quilt pins to be won every month of 2012.


Vroomans' Quilts said...

Congratulations to Sue and thank you for hosting the NewFO, it is so fun to just be able to kick back and sew!

Teresa in Music City said...

Congrats to Sue! I just love the way your Irish quilt turned out - just perfect!!! And rainbows are a winner any day!

Anonymous said...

Lovely rainbow, you have a great view!

Dirt Road Quilter said...

Well Irish will be over the moon, ummm, rainbow, about that quilt! It's darling!

make.share.give said...

A perfect quilt to go with your rainbow.
I read Growing Up Amish by Ira Wagler this week. It includes alot of the culture, but it's kind of negative. He eventually leaves the church. My rating is 3 out of 5 stars :)

Jackie McGuinness said...

As an Irish born person I must say this is a lovely quilt for a girl with a great name.
Great rainbow photo!

Teresa said...

Such a sweet quilt for a lucky girl. It's just darling!

I love seeing rainbows.

Melinda said...

I love the little clovers and how much your quilting makes them stand out! Wonderful job!

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

What a beautiful little quilt, I have always loved that pattern. How neat to get the rainbow too! Congrats to Sue and thanks for sharing!
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