2016 Finishes

We are on to a new year and the finishes keep on coming!  Not fast and furious BUT slowly and steadily, one quilt at a time.

January finishes...

 
A quilt from a Kimberly Einmo workshop called "Spinning Stars".  I took this workshop at the Quilter's Gathering in Manchester, New Hampshire in November of 2014. Not bad for a UFO!

 
New top finished which now needs quilting.  It was made with fabrics from the "Windermere" Collection by Brenda Riddle for Moda that Sharon has in her shop.  The pattern is "Busy Bee" from Villa Rosa and uses ten fat quarters.

 
Even though this photo shows an unfinished top, this one is completed.  It is made from one batik jelly roll and highlights nine patches, four patches, flying geese, friendship stars, square in a square blocks and has a piano keys border.  It is for a workshop I am developing for the future.
 
I have also finished the Mystery Quilt.  But I cannot show you that until the workshop happens at the beginning of March.  It is, after all, a Mystery!
 
Now here it is!
Based on an old block favorite, Burgoyne Surrounded, provides a great opportunity to visit your scraps!
 
Tops that are completed and waiting to be quilted.
 
 
This top is made from the Windermere line of Moda fabrics available in the shop.
The pattern is a Villa Rosa one called.... I have forgotten its name right now!
 

 
A top made from the "Trail's End" pattern from Cathy of Candlelite Quilts.

 
An ancient UFO, bug bottles, must be almost twenty years old!

 
Not quite ready for quilting since I am still wrestling with what to do for a border.  I vacillate from using a simple one fabric border to a scrappy string pieced border.

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