|I have kind of a different One Monthly Goal in December. Since it's so busy around the holidays, this won't get quilted, bound and labeled. My goal will be to get the last two borders on my Primitive Garden top.|
I've been working on this project all year thanks to a sew along on Facebook, and this month we are working on the top border.
|My final border is all prepped and I will be doing some relaxing Slow Sunday Stitching today. I'm so excited to get to the end of this project!|
Linking with One Monthly Goal HERE
and Slow Sunday Stitching HERE
The bird feeder piece could be used separately in a long narrow wall space.ReplyDelete
This has been a favorite of mine ever since you started....but I totally know that feeling of wanting to be done too. Enjoy your stitching today.:)ReplyDelete
I have never seen this pattern...I love how you are making it your own with the squirrels and Cooper top.ReplyDelete
Oh I love your primitive garden quilt. I wish I had come across that sew along! Good luck with your goals and enjoy your stitchesReplyDelete
The squirrel is a perfect addition! We have lots of squirrels and chipmunks too.ReplyDelete
Love that garden. What bird feeder doesn't have squirrels??ReplyDelete
OH, the blocks sewn together is so charming. It's my colors and I wish it was mine. I love the fabrics you chose for the hourglass sashing. It really makes everything pop. That is sure a long squirrel panel. I love that you made it your own. Just so pretty!ReplyDelete
These blocks are wonderful and will be lovely to work on during December when there doesn't seem to be much time.ReplyDelete
I really like that bird feeder border. The squirrels are adorable.ReplyDelete
The squirrel is a perfect addition!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your hand stitching today!
This is such a gorgeous quilt, Karen, and your applique skills are fabulous. I like the fabric choices you made. I can imagine how thrilled you will be to have this quilt finished. I'm looking forward to seeing more photos as you continue working on it.ReplyDelete
I love your quilt; a design I have long admired - yours looks great - especially with your personal touches. Good luck with your goal!ReplyDelete
This is such a beautiful quilt. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck on your project.ReplyDelete
Wow, that is quite a quilt!!!!ReplyDelete
Your sashing is wonderful--and I really love the addition of the squirrels to your border. The whole quilt is charming! What a treasure this will be!ReplyDelete
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bravo beautiful quilt so far. which facebook group?ReplyDelete
So great to see such effective borders. Love the idea of adding the squirrel.ReplyDelete
I miss having an applique project....this one inspires me so much! (But I know what you mean wanting to be done with it too.)ReplyDelete
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