There are lots of straight lines, and lots of thread on this quilt.
I also finished three quilts of my own- 2 of which were on the UFO list. I am doing my happy dance!
I started this quilt about 10 years ago. It is hard for me to believe that I picked out those floral fabrics at that time. They are all Robyn Pandolph fabrics, and the pattern was on the cover of Quilter's World.
This quilt isn't that old. In fact, I think I started it just last year. The pattern is from Kim Brackett called Town Square. I quilted an all over pattern called Lovely using blue thread. I love the movement this pattern gives the quilt. I can't wait for the binding to be done so I can wash it for the crinkle effect.
The last finish I have for this week is my scrappy swoon quilt. This quilt was made for a very special teacher that is retiring. When my daughter switched schools this year, this teacher just took her under her wing and helped her fly. She guided her every step of the way. She is one special lady! The school will greatly miss her. Green and Yellow are the school colors. I do admit that I like this quilt a lot more before my niece said it looked like John Deere, and my husband said it resembled the BP sign. I quilted the same pantograph - Lovely on it with Quilter's Dream batting. I did the binding completely by machine. It is been washed and dried for the perfect snuggle quilt.
For this week, I hope to finish quilting the last border on my large twister. I quilted the main part of the quilt way back in March. I have really struggled with a design for the large border. At this point I may just meander to get it finished.
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