I have to admit that I have dozens of unfinished project in my sewing studio closets, on shelves, and in bins. But, this past couple weeks I finished three completely. Have to show them off!
I finished this just in time for Fathers' Day. It was given to my son-in-law Eli for his family room. A perfect accessory for his art deco style furnishings.
My Dresden Plate wall hanging, just in time to hang in the dining area for the summer. I had this quilted by Rachel of Stitched in Color just before she and her family moved to the Netherlands.
I love the spiral quilting on this piece.
And my last finish a baby quilt to stash away for just in case gifts are needed. It was a fast and easy quilt, but when I finished up the blocks found I had made 10 rather than the 9 I needed. So what does one do?
Well, put in on the back of course. I love the quilting on this piece. I asked Betty Ann a fairly new quilter in my guild to experiment on it. She did a really nice job not only on the quilting, but the perfectly centered block on the back.
love them allReplyDelete
These are marvelous finishes. I love the variety of styles and the special quilting too.ReplyDelete
Wow, 3 UFOs knocked out in one week! Great job! I especially love the sweet churn dash baby quilt!ReplyDelete
Great finishes - congrats!ReplyDelete
These all look great. I love the simple design of the hashtag quilt. Thank you for linking up with me.ReplyDelete
Congrats! on your great finishes. The back of the baby quilt is as beautiful as the front. Love the extra block back there.ReplyDelete
Congrats! on finishing Eli's Father's Day gift (and the other UFOs, too!!)ReplyDelete
Hip! Hip! Hooray! Three fabulous finishes!!!!ReplyDelete
Fantastic quilts all! I am especially fascinated by the quilt you gave to your son-in-law. What an unusual pattern. Love it!ReplyDelete
Finished quilts give off the best vibes! Congrats on each beauty.ReplyDelete
I love your quilts. The first one is modern and interesting, draws me in. Nicely done. the next two and amazing quilting, nice piecing, wowsers. Good finishes, it feels so good.ReplyDelete