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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

One quilt bound - another one outline quilted!

Yippy!  I officially have my Stashbee quilt from two years ago completely finished!  It is called Flowering Snowball and has blocks from around the world.  I love it!  I know I showed that it was quilted a couple of days ago, but I wanted to show it again all bound.

This was my One Monthly Goal for July, my OPAM for July, and my Patchwork Times draw number for July.  Thank you blogland for giving me reasons to finish projects!












Here is a snippet of the back.

On a side note, I got Jodi's Lattice all outlined and ready to fill in with the pretty stuff.  I hope to have it done this week.






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22 comments:

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Your quilt is just wonderful and the quilting. Congrats on the finish.

Karen's Korner said...

A beautiful finish. Well done.

Goofin' Off Around the Block said...

Beautiful, beautiful job with the quilting! The quilt looks fantastic. Happy sewing! --Andrea

Jo said...

You find the most amazing designs to quilt different areas. Your ideas are wonderful...

Peggy said...

Beautiful quilts and quilting. Congratulations on finishing up an UFO and meeting the July OMG.
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lcscottage said...

I love this quilt! So fun and colorful! Congrats on your July finish!

Kathryn T said...

A beautiful quilt, it is so great to set a goal and achieve it. I find if I make the commitment, it makes me focus and give it attention.

Glenda said...

Congratulations on a beautiful finish, you said it was made up of blocks from around the world???? Do you mean the fabric or did other quilters make up a block and send it you ? it is a stunning quilt and I love the colours. Hugs Glenda

Patty said...

Great quilt and I love the FMQing you did. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.

Quilter Kathy said...

Great scrappy quilt with gorgeous quilting... well done!

Puppilalla said...

I love your Stash Bee Quilt. It has always been my favorites of the Stash Bee finished, although you only shared the completed top previously. The colour combinations are lovely and so inviting. Great work. Thanks for sharing.

Emily said...

It's beautiful! I love seeing finished Stash Bee quilts, even when, like yours, they are from before I was a member. Absolutely gorgeous!

Lynette said...

Woohoo!!! Yay for a pretty finish, and another pretty with huge progress. You are really on a roll. Both of these have such nice colors in them - blues are my favorites. (Like my favorites are important to others' choices. - hah!) :D You're inspiring me to get my blogging time reorganized and make posts on my non-BOM work.

Sharon - IN said...

That's a pretty finish! And one I hope to make in the future. I bought a kit from a shop in Hawaii and bought more fabrics on a shop hop to enlarge it. Hope to get to it soon.

France Nadeau ❅ inspiration imagination creation said...

You've mixed colors and motifs in a beautiful way. So cheerful!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

massive congratulations that is just fantastic......xx

AnnieO said...

Beautiful! Swaps are so fun. I bought the Accuquilt die for this quilt but haven't made it yet. Love all the different backgrounds and colors in yours.

The Joyful Quilter said...

Congrats! on your newly completed quilt. It is scrapalicous!!!

Susan said...

This is so pretty! Love all the scrappy fabrics, and the quilting is a perfect fit! Thank you for sharing this week on Midweek Makers!

Jennifer Fulton Inquiring Quilter said...

Wow, two quilt finishes (well, Jodi's is almost done). That is a lot to celebrate! Congratulations. They are both gorgeous! Thanks for sharing these on Wednesday Wait Loss!

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Granny Maud's Girl said...

I haven't got any further on quilting mine, which was inspired by yours. The top is still made, but I have no ideas on quilting. Maybe I should study yours closely for ideas ...