I have a finish of epic proportions. tada!
I am so very happy to have this finish. I forgot to fasten the hanging sleeve down, so it is showing at the top. It is more than queen size but not king. The pattern was a block of the month designed by Nancy Rink called Mill girls. Each month's story was about life at a clothing mill in the 1800s, collected in the form of letters. It is a way of life, none of us could imagine. I loved piecing the blocks, the directions were great, but I let it languish when it was time to put it together. I was afraid, I didn't have the skill level, or the patience. But if I had waited much longer, I wouldn't have had the muscle strength to man handle it LOL.
The project I am working on this month, snow days, languished for many of the same reasons.
Now I can focus on it, and make progress. This was finish for a customer. I love her choice of colors.
I am linking to:
Finished or Not Fridays
Mill Girls is just beautiful. How wonderful that you got it complete and you can now enjoy it on your bed. I love the fabrics you used - they are very fitting for this pattern. ~smile~ Roseanne
Love the colors in your medallion quilt. Beautiful finish! Thanks for sharing with TGIFF.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful finish! I have loved seeing your progress especially the beautiful printed borders. Congratulations! Have fun with your Crabapple Hill. Maybe yours will go faster than mine?ReplyDelete
What a beautiful finished quilt!! Congrats!!ReplyDelete
Mill Girls is stunning! Your cucumber makes me giggle. It's so much fun to try things in the garden. Have a great weekend! AndreaReplyDelete
Your Mill Girls quilt is just gorgeous! Congratulations on your big finish!ReplyDelete
Your Mill Girls quilt is really beautiful. I'm glad you saw it through! I really enjoy reading about the mill girls. It was a very tough time, but such a huge part of the history of our craft. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Congrats on finishing Mill Girls! It's gorgeous!ReplyDelete