Friday, September 18, 2020

fall finish

I rarely manage to finish a topical quilt in time for any season. This year, I have finished patriotic quilts in time for July 4th, and, now, a fall quilt in time for fall. I must admit, that when I decide which quilts, in my personal blacklog, I am going to quilt, I start with the smallest or the easiest.

I started this one in November 2018 as a mystery quilt at my carolina home. Carole from from My Carolina home offered a quilt along mystery called autumn jubilee.  I worked on it  here and here


I used a flannel sheet from the thrift store for the back. It seemed cozy enough for a fall quilt. It measures 56 x 68.



I managed to quilt at least 2 spiderwebs just for fun.



This quilt will be part of my One monthly goal and phd20

I'm linking to:

TGIFF

25 comments:

  1. Hi Maggie! Oh, that spiderweb is pretty darn cool. It's a beautiful finish and with that flannel backing it is definitely snuggle worthy. Great job on the finish and a UFO at that. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  2. And now you have one just in time for fall!! How perfect it that!!

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  3. So pretty--a great fall quilt, esp with the plaid!

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  4. It is lovely. So nice to have a Fall quilt.

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  5. Lovely finish!! I have my autumn projects planned, but still procrastinating and working on other projects.

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  6. A lovely Fall quilt and finished just in time. Tomorrow I put out my fall decorations.

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  7. Very nice indeed, and just in time for the season!

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  8. That's so pretty with the scrappy fall colors! I made a tablerunner version of that pattern - it's about time to get it out!

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  9. Fabulous Fall finish, Maggie! All free motion quilting, right? I love how you added the cobwebs for just a hint of trick-or-treating without going full-tilt on Halloween. This way, your quilt is perfect for autumn all the way through Thanksgiving. Great job!

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  10. Oh, I like that fall quilt. I don't have any seasonal quilts, but that looks like a good one to start with. It probably won't be finished this year, but I could look through my stash for the fabric. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. This is my favorite of Carole's patterns. Your quilt looks SEW cozy! I need to make an autumn quilt. Thanks for the inspiration, Maggie!

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  12. Definitely love your fall quilt. I'm always late with the seasons and holidays, but I just finished my Halloween quilt in time for next month. I probably should start working on a Christmas quilt to get it finished on time. It's just around the corner!

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  13. So pretty. Beautiful cozy fall quilt

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  14. What a great fall finsih. love the stars and pumpkins together.

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  15. It's fabulous, so glad you had time to finish it for use this fall.

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  16. Love it! I also finished a fall quilt in time for display, that's so not my norm!!!

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  17. I like this one a LOT! I don’t have a “Fall” quilt or a Halloween quilt! I had better get that remedied! The pumpkins are so cool!

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  18. Congratulations on another lovely finish! Your work is so inspiring. Love those stars and pumpkins!

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  19. Congrats on a finish! That thrift store flannel made for the perfect backing. I need to find some backings and get something finished one of these days. I admit to quilting the smallest ones first too. But now I mostly out of smalls so it's on to twin sized.

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  20. Perfect 'll built. Great job getting it done. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  21. It looks fantastic!! Thank you for linking to my pattern! Autumn Jubilee is coming, and will be the best ever this year.

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  22. Great Fall quilt. Wondering if you're joining Carole for this year's Autumn Jubilee ...

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