I'm so excited that I met my UFO goal this month! It was really busy and that I managed to complete a quilt feels terrific!
This quilt top was made in a mystery quilt class with Deb Beirnes 2 years ago. I sewed the top on my 1953 Singer 301 which still sews like a dream.
I machine quilted this project on my 1995 Brother 1500 which also still sews like a dream. You can read more about the "loose feathers" quilting design I tried in Friday's post.
I put a little panel of the Eiffel tower on the back just for fun, with a Riley Blake black and white print and a strip of tan Kim Diehl fabric.
Linking up to One Monthly Goal
What a lovely Paris quilt--nice finish congratulations on beautiful quilting too...now you can sit back and enjoy looking at it and petting it with a nice cuppa ;)))
Beautiful finish, congratulations.
Congrats on knocking another UFO off your list!!!
It's a very pretty quilt! Congratulations on your finishes. Lovely that your machines serve you well. I love old solid machines!
Nice finish! I love the Paris panel on the back, so pretty!
Congrats on finishing a UFO. Eiffel Tower is perfect for the background.
Some things are worth taking time over and waiting for.
Well done. Always satisfying to reach a goal! The fabric really blends with the signature fabric. I like the Paris panel on the back too!
Congrats on the great finish!
Lovely. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish!
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