2.23.2014

Sew Sunday ~ February Finish

Disappearing Youth is quilted!  Thank you Melissa and Shanna for A Lovely Year of Finishes.  Without that incentive this quilt top would still be folded up and put away.  :)


Most of the quilt was quilted on a diagonal line, but I did outline the flying geese and center panel.  


A cool thing happened when I turned over the quilt to look at the back.  My geese were quilted right in the middle of one of the seems.  I couldn't have planned that and made it happen!


One thing I learned while quilting this is that black fabric really clings to cotton batting.  It's an easy fix, but not worth doing until I have the top trimmed at least.  I still can't believe I finished my Feb. goal with time to spare.  There hasn't been a lot of time for the sewing room this month, but I've made the most of my limited time.  Now I have 5 days to complete my other sewing goals for the month.  I have 2 left unfinished.

ALYoF2014
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Creative Blessings,
Heather North



8 comments:

Kristie Goulet said...

Heather, this quilt is amazing! Great job! You should be very proud!

Sherry VF said...

Beautiful finish. Who can resist a black, white and grey quilt?

Sandy said...

That is a great quilt. How cool that the quilting came out on a seam line on the back. Congrats on your finish!

Melissa said...

Congratulations on an awesome finish! I cannot wait to see it in person at the guild meeting!!!

Jane Holbrook said...

You did it! Isn't it great finishing UFOs? Wrestling big quilts in a regular sewing machine is a work out, for sure. However, you did a lovely job quilting it, and now you have just a memory of the wrestling match! That is a great quilt, with movement and interest, and design charm. Well done!

desertskyquilts said...

I LOVE this quilt! It has both a traditional and a modern feel to it. I'm so glad you finished it. Yay, Lovely Finishes! That is amazing that the geese were so perfectly centered on that seam!

dq said...

This is truly a beautiful finish! I really like the quilt because it is simple, yet elegant.

I too would not have accomplished so much without "A Lovely Year of Finishes".

Sally said...

Wow! Beautiful~ How many quilts have you done? Amazing Heather~ You're so smart. I wish I'd learned to quilt years ago~ :)