Well, that's another one of my UFO's finished, bound and labeled. What a delightful feeling of accomplishment.
This is another of my older quilts, originally pieced when I was living in Holland, though on closer inspection, it looks more thrown together to my more experienced eye now. We are always more critical of our own work, I can honestly say I have improved considerably since. That's a comforting thought too.
I am piecing faster than I am either quilting or finishing and my pile of tops continues to grow at a pace. As I try and work from my stash only, I don't seem to have made much of a dent. Doughty's are coming in April, I need to make some room for my one spending spree! (well, for the time being anyway! lol )
Trudi, your blog is brill! I've only just found it. Well done for yet another quilt completed.This is such a good way of keeping up with your progress. Thanks for posting.
I'm just tonight discovering your blog and I don't know the history on this finished UFO but have to say "WOW" what a pretty quilt! Those fall colors against that white look great! and that outside boarder is perfect for this quilt. Did you have that from the start? Or was it a lucky find to tie it all together.
I'd love to have a fall quilt as pretty as your organized chaos ;) Again, great job!
Love from Texas! ~bonnie
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