Lost quilt is found!


Every year, I enjoy participating in the Autumn Jubilee, hosted by Carole of: From My Carolina Home. This quilt pattern was a project from back in 2016. Well, it was quilted on a machine that began to break down. This resulted in many broken stitches. The quilt top was put aside to repair later with a new machine. Somehow, it got misplaced in the "finished quilts" collection. Finally, now this quilt is finished. Here are the stats:

♦finished size: 34" square (although it appears larger, doesn't it?)

♦fabrics: 100% cottons from my stash

♦backing: cream on cream floral print with a center strip of sashing blocks' autumn leaves fabric

♦binding: solid olive, done by machine and hand

♦batting: Warm N' Natural© 100% Cotton

♦machine quilting: all-over meandering

~Linking-up with Kelly at: My Quilt Infatuation: Needle & Thread Thursday~

♥ Completed WIP quilts in 2018: 18 ♥

Comments

  1. So glad you were able to find it! It looks great!

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  2. It really is beautiful in the colors of Autumn! Enjoy your sewing my friend! Hugs, Diane

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  3. Thank you all so much . It was really bothering me not knowing where this quilt was.

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  4. Very pretty - so glad you were able to find it!

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  5. It's darling! I've never seen pumpkins mixed in with maple leaf blocks before but it's a perfect combination for Fall. Glad you found it and got it finished!

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  6. Very cute quilt, I really like the design and the fabrics you used.

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  7. Aw, that's a gorgeous fall quilt!! So sad what happened to it but glad you found it and was able to finish it. It's too pretty to be put away!

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  8. Thank you all. 'So glad it was found and finished, finally.

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