Friday, August 16, 2019

sugar mountain finish

I have a finish. Sugar mountain was a workshop with our guild and Pam Buda. At the last retreat, I decided to finish this quilt the way it was. Originally, this quilt was just 12 blocks, and I rarely do small quilts. I had cut for a few more blocks, and planned to make it bed size. I took it with me to retreat to formulate a plan. The plan ...finish it.


It was small enough that I felt I could longarm it as long as I took long breaks. The binding was done over a couple of evenings in front of the tv.


This is part of my 2019 finish along goals.
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11 comments:

  1. looks good and sounds like if you can quilt a small quilt you are doing better

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  2. Great looking finish! I don't use very many small quilts either.

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  3. Beautiful finish! It's sometimes so hard to figure out where to go on those type of projects. Congrats on a fun finish and getting another one off the UFO list.

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  4. Congrats on a great finish!!! LOVE it!!

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  5. Thaf's a pretty one! I like that star block and the variety of background squares, too.

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  6. Love the fabrics, especially the light prints. I think I might still have some of those fabrics! Great pattern, congrats on the finish.

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  7. Beautiful finish Maggie. I really like the block design. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  8. This block looks beautiful on point. Beautiful finish!

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  9. So much movement in that block!

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  10. Your Sugar Mountain quilt is a gorgeous finish. I love the fabrics you used.

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