Sunday, March 4, 2018

March Goals

I promised a flat photo of On Ringo Lake a while back. I've given up trying to get outside for a photo, so pinned it up on my design wall--not the best lighting! 
Again, I only made 32 blocks-- in the mystery you were to make 50. 

All in all, it was pretty painless despite all those pieces.
 Broken down into steps over several weeks makes it a lot easier, although those sashing were tricky! 

Well, the backing is pieced......

....the binding has been made......

...and even the label has been readied.....

...soooooo,
I guess I've avoided this long enough!
Primitive Garden will be my March One Monthly Goal.
It's about time I got this one done, right? 
Linking with One Monthly Goal HERE
Take me to the OMG March Link-up

19 comments:

  1. Your Ringo is beautiful--And your Primitive quilt is stunning--glad you are going to finish it as it is stunning work, Karen. Hugs, julierose

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  2. I really like Ringo. All that work on the Primitive. It will be nice to have it done!

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  3. What a beautiful finish on Ringo Lake. It's easy to procrastinate quilting certain projects. At least for me. I'm afraid I'll mess it up especially when the top has required hours and hours of work. I know you'll do great

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  4. The floral backing fabric is oh so pretty.
    I am doing as you are.....trying to finish some projects I have been procrastinating over. My little quilt group is doing a two month at a time goal of finishing up quilt projects we have been neglecting.

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  5. Ringo Lake is absolutely wonderful, I love !

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  6. Oh my goodness!! You are amazing! I love your Ringo Lake -it's just beautiful (it would take me at least a year to get it done :)) I can't wait to see your Primitive Garden!

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  7. Two absolutely gorgeous quilts! Love the Ringo Lake colors, and Primitive Garden is incredible! Good job!

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  8. Primative Garden is a beauty as is your Ringo Lake!

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  10. Your Primitive Garden quilt is amazing. I'm also working on one in cotton, and I've been doing old-fashioned needleturn, no prepping of the pieces. Yours looks so much nicer, would you share how you prep your pieces for sewing? Do you use freezer paper, glue, starch, ??? I'd really appreciate the advice.

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  11. Pretty quilt! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck on your project!

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  12. Ringo Lake looks great!!
    And good luck with your March goal.

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  13. Great progress on Ringo Lake. Primitive Garden is beautiful. I look forward to your March finish.

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  14. Karen this On Ringo quilt is beautiful. Gorgeous blend of fabrics. and your one monthly goal is so special.

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  15. Your Ringo is gorgeous and inspiring! (I set mine aside to finish assembling Burgoyne. Now I need to get back to it!)
    I've been admiring your Garden right along - I'm really looking forward to the finish! Such a beautiful quilt!

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  16. oh my goodness BOTH projects are just stunning :) You are one talented lady!

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  17. Your On Ringo Lake is beautiful. The colors look so restful to me. And your Primitive Gardens is beautiful. I'm sure it will be very satisfying to have it finished.

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    1. And the lack of sunny days with a few clouds to photograph -- I get that. We've had what seems like a nearly endless stream of grey days! But spring is coming....

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  18. I very much like your pattern it's beautiful,thank for sharing good i dea !

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