Saturday, June 30, 2018

Another finish!

attaching binding strips
It's always exciting to announce a finished quilt, but when it's the second finish in a week, AND when the finish actually meets the goal you set for yourself, well that's just a great day! My UFO for the month of June was my Broken Dishes quilt, made from red reproduction blocks received almost 2 years ago in one of Barb Vedder's block swaps

back of quilt showing quilting design


The blocks were sewn into a quilt top at winter retreat last year using a layout from Hyacinth Quilt Designs
The quilt was machine quilted over the past month using a combination of free motion curves and straight lines. More info can be seen here and hereThe binding took 4 evenings to stitch down and the quilt was finished on the very last day of June. Finished size is 48" square.



Here is the clothesline shot of "Red Repro Broken Dishes"...

To see more UFO finishes this month, hop over to the link up at One Monthly Goal.

18 comments:

  1. Love it! Congrats on meeting your goal!

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  2. I love this quilt, so pretty with all the reds!! Great job!!

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  3. My broken dishes are still in a zip lock bag...your quilt is spectacular! A perfect finish for Canada Day!

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  4. Fabulous Finish! wow love that quilting and your layout! can I post this on the FWB FB page?
    hip hip hooray to you!

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  5. love the colors and it turned out great

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  6. Congrats on finishing your Broken Dishes! I love that setting - thanks for sharing!

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  7. Wonderful finish on this one--congratulations...hugs, Julierose

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  8. Love this quilt! Makes me want to make another red and white quilt...very inspiring! Congrats on your finish!

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  9. This is gorgeous. I've never really been tempted to do a red and white quilt or even a broken dishes one, but this really sparkles. Was it a challenge using blocks sewn by many quilters?
    Pat

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  10. Love the two coloured quilt. It has many miles on it for a new quilt.Enjoyed seeing it in person. Enjoy your finish and whatever you are up to next!

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  11. Congratulations, Kathy. It is awesome! ;^)

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  12. How beautiful! Congratulations on this completed UFO!

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  13. Very pretty! Good for you to reach your goal!

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  14. The quilt is beautiful - such a fun block. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.

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  15. Congrats on a gorgeous finish!

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  16. A great finish - great setting with lots of negative space to set off the red! I am just now taking a look at my swap blocks -

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  17. Very nice (and lovely reds). Congrats on the finish.

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  18. Congratulations on a beautiful finish! It's absolutely gorgeous. I love how the sashing is the same pattern as the blocks! Great finish!

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