Saturday, January 31, 2015

January finish for ALYoF....

...I am racing against the clock once again.
(a short post as I am heading to bed...)
I don't know why the days and months have to go by so quickly.

I'm excited to have another quilt off my WIP list.  
I started this quilt about 8 months ago...so I'm not calling it a UFO.
 There is not much snow in our backyard but that is to change tonight.
I hope the weather man is wrong...
we are expecting 6 - 10 inches of snow overnight through Monday.

I'm linking up to A Lovely Year of Finishes
http://blog.sewbittersweetdesigns.com/?page_id=5263
 Thank you Melissa and Shanna for hosting again for 2015

Happy Stitching

12 comments:

  1. Your quilt is beautiful!! A wonderful finish!!

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  2. I love the pattern. I've been thinking about using it for a while because the stars have a flower look to them. Congrats on such a lovely finish!

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  3. Yeah to you for a great finish.

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  4. Very pretty. In the same boat with you regarding the snow.

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  5. Hugs for you! It is beautiful. Can't go wrong with spin wheels.I like the border.
    My January finish is still not finished. Snow today for us too. Hopefully some sewing today. Janita

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  6. Cute quilt. We already have over 6 inches, and the snow is a long way from being done here, too. Unfortunately, I have to get out later this afternoon, to pick up hubby. They arrive back during the blizzard part, here.

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  7. Your quilt is adorable...I wish I had seen this Linky post before they closed it...I could have used the push, lol....stay warm!

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  8. Beautiful quilt, I love the bright stars, great finish!

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  9. Your quilt is beautiful and I love the little furry friends looking after it xx

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  10. Gorgeous quilt and a lovely finish. These are lovely fabrics.
    So odd to see so little snow in the background. How did the you go with the predicted weather?
    Do you have a hubby update?

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