06 October, 2016

Gwennie Inspired QAL: final round & completed quilt

Hello, good afternoon to everyone. Finally, here is my completed Gwennie Inspired quilt. The completed size is 42"X41", and the batting is Warm N' Natural©. The quilting is machine meandering. The backing is solid white, as is the binding. This QAL was so much fun, as always. It was my first time to participate in a round robin. For the final round, which was "fishy" themed, there was a lot of thought for me. Eventually, 'decided to do a lighthouse block on the left border and 5 seahorse appliques on the right border. Not sure what happened to the lower right corner of the photo- the actual quilt is not faded/shaded like that. It is white, lol. Sending many thanks to Lori of Humble Quilts Blog for this fantastic QAL. Prim blessings.

~Linking-up with Humble Quilts' Blog: Gwennie Inspired Medallion Finale~

7 comments:

  1. You did a good job. The lighthouse & seahorse idea made me look twice. I didn't get to do this one.

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  2. The border with seahorses is beautiful Danice !
    Congrats for this finish !

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  3. Your seahorses are too fun! I'm so impressed that you already have it quilted!
    --Nancy. (ndmessier @ aol.com, joyforgrace.blogspot.com)

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  4. The lighthouse and the sea horses balance things nicely - great job!

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  5. Hi, thanks for dropping in on my blog and becoming a follower. I have become a follower of yours also. This quilt is gorgeous! Enjoy your week, Kelly.

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  6. Adorable! Love the subtle lighthouse too!!

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  7. Well done with the sea horses! It has been so interesting seeing how everyone interpreted that theme.

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