I pulled this project out again here and here in 2019. I finished the top and it fell into the "to be quilted" pile.
It seemed like a quick finish for these trying times. I had it on the frame last week.
And, now, it is finished, just in time for my one monthly goal and PHD 2020. Hooray
I used a solid blue for the backing. And I used the machine to attach the binding. I quilted it with free motion swirls on my longarm.
It is about 70 x 86 and used 15 1/2 yards of fabric.
My last week's to do:
1. go home from the hospital - done
2. rainbow row by row in teal - done
3. border pieces for frolic mystery quilt - not quite done - they went missing
Next week's to do
1. start quilted twins mystery
2. start quiltville mystery - unity
3. sort and stash scraps from the living room
4. choose monthly goal for April
5. sew April rainbow scrap challenge.
Pretty ambitious for someone watching too much TV.
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chameleon color linky
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I bought this panel a long time ago and never did anything with it. Seeing your pictures has gotten me thinking about it again. Maybe I can get it ready by Fourth of July.ReplyDelete
A great finish after all those years!!ReplyDelete
Hi Maggie! How wonderful that this beauty is finally a finish to enjoy. It looks like it was a fun sampler-type quilt with all the different blocks. I think the swirls give it some movement without being noticeable. Great job finishing up your March OMG. Now on to next month - what to do?! Thanks for linking up this week. ~smile~ RoseanneReplyDelete
Great finish! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.ReplyDelete
It's a great finish!!! I love the blocks.ReplyDelete
Wonderful finish! Now, step away from the tube! Lol! Make time for more quilting. Way more satisfying!!! 😘ReplyDelete
Beautiful finish! I love the sampler quality of the quilt top, there are a lot of cool little things to look at. Congrats on a quick and easy finish!ReplyDelete