I had all the blocks done before heading home. This is the second project I took with me to retreat. All I needed to do was lay it out, and sew rows together.... almost. I was missing 2 blocks for a nice layout. Luckily, I had back up fat quarters and made 2 more blocks.
I was able to have a finished top by the end of day 1. I don't think I am going to bother with borders.
One of the other retreat ladies also finished quilting this quilt which is lovely. For her label she hand sewed an elongated hexagon flower - what a cute idea.
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wow that wildflower panel came to life - I don't usually care for panels. Looks like you all had a variety of projectsReplyDelete
Ahh, the benefit of traveling with a sewing machine! Love that label idea!ReplyDelete
Have machine, will travel! What a great way to spend a vacationReplyDelete
Pretty greens in your windmill top! Looks like that jelly roll worked nicely for both vacation and retreat sewing!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing these projects from your retreat. Both are SEW lovely!!ReplyDelete
Great job getting those windmill blocks sewn into a fun quilt top. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!ReplyDelete
The windmill top is very nice. What is the size of the quilt ?ReplyDelete