Sunday, January 10, 2016

Last Finish of 2015

Earlier in 2015 a friend and I stopped at American Quilting in Orem, UT on our way to the US debut of the musical Count of Monte Cristo at Brigham Young University.

While there I picked up a variety of red, green, and white fabrics. They weren't from the same fabric line, but for some reason the fabrics spoke to me at the time.

I didn't wait to make something out of the small group of fabrics. I picked out one of Miss Rosie's (aka Carrie Nelson) Schnibbles patterns that I hadn't made and stitched up the top.

Then, during Christmas week I quilted it up. Often, the choice as to which project I will quilt is determined by whether I already have backing fabric in my stash and don't have to buy something to get the quilt finished. And this quilt fit the bill.

I didn't do anything fancy with the quilting -- just a simple overall design with loops and stars. But it's done! Not sure what its ultimate destiny will be -- I'll probably give it to someone, sometime.

Only about 30 unquilted quilt tops to go.

1 comment:

Gayle said...

I'm in the same boat as you with lots of unquilted tops, but if we work on them one at a time we'll make progress, right? This is a cutie!


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