Welcome to finish it up Friday!
rainbow log cabin quilt. I'm actually kind of excited though, because I let my "real life" take precedence over my self imposed quilt deadlines more than usual this week. That feels pretty darn good. :) I'm also excited because this quilt is looking better with each quilting line that I add. Woo-hoo! Now, if I can just figure out what to quilt in those grey borders....
How about you? If you have a finish to share today (and I hope you do!), please link to a specific post from the past week. We'd love to cheer you on as you finish!
Happy Friday to you!
That's going to be a beautiful quilt! Can't wait to see it!
I saw some fabulous fabric on this quilt. I really like the straight line quilting. For other people it seem like the most easy and simple quilting method, but I found it is hard to keep my lines straight.
I like the straight line quilting!
Such a colorful quilt, I really like how it looks. The straight line quilting looks fabulous. I know how hard it is to quilt straight lines!
SO pretty! Love the colors and the quilting!
It's gorgeous. I love the bright colors.
What a beauty you are working on. No share for me this week.. Friday came way to quick! Hope to have something for next week though and will enjoy all the other finishes being shared! Thanks for a great linky party!
Such a beautiful quilt! I love how colorful it is. Even though you may not have a specific finish for today, sounds like you had a very productive week. That always feels great too!
Sew inspiring around here. Ha Ha. A little spelling joke. Thanks for hosting. Just spending the past hour looking around and now there are twice as many more to look at. I will have to get to work and look again tonight.
I woul quilt lots of little squares.
It looks beautiful already! :-)
This is going to be gorgeous! Can't wait to see the completed quilt!
Love the quilting! I worked on a few things for my Etsy shop, but didn't post about them yet.
I can't wait to see this quilt finished! I hope you also share a few details/tips on sewing the straight lines free motion style. Are you doing a spiral pattern? In the snippets of photos that I've seen so far, I haven't been able to tell. :)
Love your log cabin quilt. Look forward to seeing the finished product. You inspired me to start another log cabin quilt. Been years since I made one, but I have lots of scraps that I can use and I am plodding along now.
That quilt will be so great!!!
That's going to be a beautiful quilt!
That quilt looks great! Rainbows have played a big roll in my week as well. Thanks for the link up.
For the borders, I wonder if you could plot out various rectangles, maybe some with echoes, to play up the shapes in the main part...
Awesome work!! So colorful and I love it.
I think it's great that you let real life dictate where your energy went. That's a big accomplishment. Besides, the fact that now you get to enjoy the quilting process will make this quilt even more exciting to finish. It's going to be a beaut!
I love the quilting on this! I also love the rainbowy-ness of it! Great work, and I know it feels good to get a long-term project almost done!
Love the texture the quilting brings to this quilt! Thanks for letting me link up too!
I love the quilting on that quilt..it is going to be stunning!
I love your quilting! I was too late to get a place in your collection but I've finished a crumb quilt for my puppy Spencer. I blogged about it here...
Such bright, happy colors. I love straight line quilting too. Hope to have my own finish some day...
I love the color of your upcoming quilt.
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I LOVE how you quilted this one!!
What a great quilt...I love the colors.
No, I don't have a finish this week, but will next week.
Have a great weekend!
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Amanda your quilt is beautiful ! Love the colors and the quilting is wonderful, simple yet the perfect for the quilt.
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