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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Deana: February Finish!

I am so excited to say that Jessi's Medallion is FINISHED!  It is ready to give to Jessi, my daughter, for her wedding the end of May.  I quilted it more simple than I do most quilts because I thought it didn't need it.  The piecing speaks for itself.

I hope to get better photos tomorrow in better lighting.

The pattern can be found in my Craftsy shop.  It is split into two parts sold separately because the file was too large to keep together.
Part II

Jessi's Medallion was one of my 1st Quarter goals for the 2015 Finish Along.  Take this link back to that post for clarification.









I also finished the last row in the Quilter's Garden row mystery.  I am calling it, "Quilts in the Garden".  The pattern will release to the swap group members tomorrow and will become available for purchase to every one else after a few group members have tested the pattern for accuracy.  Watch for it around the middle of March.  The other row patterns in this quilt are available in my Craftsy shop.  The rows patterns are each sold separately and are numbered.  

The lines have not been embroidered yet.










I still need to make two more sewing machines and join blocks together into rows.




Linking up with:

2015 Finish Along


9 comments:

Marie said...

Congratulations on this beautiful finish. I love the way you quilted it. Your Quilters Garden is amazing! I love these new blocks. You are SO creative.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

that is totally amazing...wow

Granny Maud's Girl said...

The tiny little quilts on the line look line such fun!

Jo said...

Well done with your finish. So far in advance too. What a relief.
Love the next row to do....

Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio said...

Deana the quilt for your daughter is just gorgeous!!! She will love it. Love the March BOM too!!

Ann T. said...

LOVE IT!!!! And so excited to start the last row!!

Michele said...

The quilt is just gorgeous and she is going to love it.

Adrianne @ On the Windy Side said...

Wow - so much work in that medallion quilt. Stunning!

quiltmusings said...

That is a gorgeous quilt. Love your use of color.