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
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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~ RoseanneReplyDelete
And now you have one just in time for fall!! How perfect it that!!ReplyDelete
So pretty--a great fall quilt, esp with the plaid!ReplyDelete
It is lovely. So nice to have a Fall quilt.ReplyDelete
Lovely finish!! I have my autumn projects planned, but still procrastinating and working on other projects.ReplyDelete
A lovely Fall quilt and finished just in time. Tomorrow I put out my fall decorations.ReplyDelete
Very nice indeed, and just in time for the season!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
Great Fall quilt finish! Lovely!ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
So pretty. Beautiful cozy fall quiltReplyDelete
What a great fall finsih. love the stars and pumpkins together.ReplyDelete
It's fabulous, so glad you had time to finish it for use this fall.ReplyDelete
Love it! I also finished a fall quilt in time for display, that's so not my norm!!!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
Congratulations on another lovely finish! Your work is so inspiring. Love those stars and pumpkins!ReplyDelete
I love your fall quilt!ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
Perfect 'll built. Great job getting it done. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!ReplyDelete
It looks fantastic!! Thank you for linking to my pattern! Autumn Jubilee is coming, and will be the best ever this year.ReplyDelete
Aw, beautiful fall quilt!ReplyDelete
Great Fall quilt. Wondering if you're joining Carole for this year's Autumn Jubilee ...ReplyDelete
Lovely fall quilt. What a cute idea to add some spiderwebs in the quilting. Thanks for sharing on the 300th Wednesday Wait Loss.ReplyDelete
Yours turned out so great! I liked this year's, too. This is one I started, but I never got far because life intervened, but I love seeing yours!ReplyDelete