Monday, July 6, 2015

FAL Q2 - one Finish to report

Winter

I've waited until the last day to post Q2 FAL finishes over at Adrianne's blog, On the Windy Side, as I had a faint hope that I could finish one more quilt, but it is not to be.

So I am very proud to say that I did finish Winter - you can read all about her in this post. This quilt was made from blocks received from my bee mates in the Always Bee Learning Bee and then I added a bunch more blocks so that it would finish with three full O's forming on all sides. She is about 70" square and the holiday fabrics - although not that themed - make her a perfect quilt to pull out in November and use until it warms up in spring.

Here is my Q2 FAL list, and I can report that I am almost finished the magenta and navy courthouse steps quilt but did nothing on the rainbow guitar case. Oh well, one finish is good and it is so nice to have put those beautiful bee blocks into a quilt.

2015 FAL at On the Windy Side

You have just under 17 hours (so until about midnight MST today) to get your last finished posted, head over to Adrianne's to do that. And if you are looking for some inspiring reading, pursuing the links is a great way to be inspired. I am part of the new FAL Cheerleading Team, and have seen some beautiful projects while visiting some of the links this weekend.

Best,

Leanne

4 comments:

  1. Very nice finish! That'll be lovely to use over the holidays!

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  2. Such a beautiful quilt Leanne - I love the Basic Grey fabrics in the blocks and your wavy quilting!
    *Visiting as a member of the official 2015 Finish-Along cheerleading squad*

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  3. I really like your quilt though - Its on my bucket list

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  4. Lovely finish Leanne! I love the light, airy feeling you have achieved with the colour palette!

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