A Finish I Can Share

It seems like forever since I have been able to show off a finish. So much of my sewing lately has been for Blog Hops or pattern testing that I’ve only been able to share sneak peeks!

Today is different! I have a quilt top finished.

A few months back I won a sweet bundle of fabrics and a new Quilting Book, . For the life of me, I can not find the name of the blog or the person who has such a fun giveaway. I can only think that I filed the note somewhere when I was re-organizing my sewing space last month. I also filed my favourite clippers and probably a few things I haven’t needed. I can only hope they are together. 🥴. Rather embarrassing, don’t you think? I’m so happy to update this post. I received a comment from Mari Heidt at The Academic Quilter. She is the wonderful woman I won this sweet fabric and book from. So thank you Mari for my treasure!

I started the blocks back when the Covid19 virus was becoming a much talked about issue and finished them when we first started in lockdown. I used the fabrics I won and some scraps from my bins that worked with the fabric colours.

I had found the Vortex Pattern on the Wilmington Prints website just after I finished Glacier Ice for the Winter Blues Blog Hop which can be found Here. I seemed to have been on a log cabin binge!

Today I finally finished piecing the top.

Poor lighting today so the photo isn’t the best.

The size is 60” x 70” so I will make a decision about adding borders, or not when I am ready to start quilting this top. For now it has been added to the To Be Quilted pile. I really need to get to Kelowna to pick up my batting so I can make that pile disappear!

For now I can only say I’m loving this flimsy. The fabrics are so sweet and I only had to add a few bits from my scrap bins to finish it.

I’d like to say thank you to the blogger who had such a sweet giveaway. If only I could remember where my note is. 🥴. One of my next starts will be a pattern I found in the book that was part of the prize package.

So many great patterns!

Thanks for stopping by! I love reading your comments and do reply so feel free! 😄 Carol

Linking with:

Inquiring Quilter – Wednesday Wait Loss

Oh Scrap @ Quilting is More Fun than Housework

Pretty Piney Quilts @ What I Made Monday

Needle & Thread Network @ WIP Wednesday

Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

11 thoughts on “A Finish I Can Share

  1. I’m not usually a pastel lover, but this quilt is so pretty and calming. I think the pattern uses those fabrics so well. I’m waiting on batting too, although I can frankenbat some pieces for my smaller quilts. It’s on my list to do, so maybe I’ll get that done this week!

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    1. It’s not the best picture of the fabrics. There are some great colours so it’s not quite as pastel as the photos imply. It is a pleasing palette though. Hope your batting gets there soon. Mine has been waiting for pickup since the shutdown started!

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  2. Hi Carol! What a beauty. How nice, also, that you found a use for the bundle right away. Sometimes we win or buy something without a purpose and then . . . well, it sits waiting for the perfect use. I’ve never made a vortex quilt but it looks like I should! It’s a gorgeous quilt top. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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    1. Thank you Roseanne. I was happy to get this top done with the fabrics in less than a year! It’s all about stash busting! I fell in love with the pattern when I saw it. It does make a pretty quilt! I think log cabins have me hooked right now. Have a great day. 😁 Carol

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  3. Hi Carol! I’m pretty sure you got those from me, and I’m really happy to see them made up into such a lovely quilt top! It turned out quite nice and really shows off the fabrics well. Hope to see what your next project is!

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    1. Yaaay! Thank you for letting me know it was you! I thought the name was Mari but I couldn’t remember your last name or your blog. Now I can add it to my post. Isn’t it just the sweetest most perfect fabric for this quilt? Thank you again for the sweet prize! ❤️ Carol

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