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MONTH 12 -- Show Your Completed Top Here!

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    MONTH 12 -- Show Your Completed Top Here!

    Please use this Topic to show your wonderful completed top. We really want to SEE what you did!
    Barbara Black
    Huntsville AL
    https://bbquiltmaker.blogspot.com
    "I am a part of all that I have met." A. Lord Tennyson

    #2
    I finally quilted my top, here is the result. I am happy that I left some negative space on top and bottom for some feathers

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    • Shirley R. commented
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      So beautiful! Your quilting is lovely and enhances the quilt design!

    • Renee M. commented
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      beautiful and love that added border.

    • Donna M. commented
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      how fabulous!

    #3
    Absolutely love everything about your quilt!!! Congrats!

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    • commented
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      Your added border is so nice. I would love to copy it, but I don't know if I will have the energy after finishing the quilt.

    #4
    She is done complete with binding. LOVE this quilt.
    Last edited by Renee M.; 12-11-2023, 07:14 AM.

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    • Donna M. commented
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      I really like you choices of quilting motifs including the little sun and the trail of chimney smoke.

    #5
    Top done now to get it quilted

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      #6
      Thank you ladies for posting your finishes. I am enlarging them & it is helping me get the stars straight in my head as I get to that point.
      Carol in SW Michigan

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        #7
        This was WAY out of my color comfort zone, and there are LOTS of mistakes that I didn’t bother to correct, but in my book, “finished is better than perfect”, and I’m glad that it is done!


        It's Not What You Gather, But What You Scatter
        That Tells What Kind Of Life You Have Lived !

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        • Barbara B. commented
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          This proves a quilt doesn't have to be Custom quilted to be lovely and useful.

        #8
        Here is my finished quilt top. I have enjoyed making it, been challenged along the way but so pleased with end result. It now has to join a queue for quilting.

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        • commented
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          Love your colors!

        #9
        Quilt top complete! Yea!
        France 

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        • Barbara B. commented
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          Frances, your fabric choices are lovely.

        • Frances commented
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          Thanks, Barbara. The lighting in the picture was not the best so I appreciate your comment.

        #10
        This is the most complex quilt I have ever made and I am thrilled with it!!! Barbara’s blog helped immensely as did everyone who shared their struggles, tips & successes on the forum. This was my 1st TQS BOM even though I’ve been a member for a few years. The colors & geometric design appealed to me. Plus, I retired in 2022, so I knew I'd have time. I didn’t buy the kit, mostly used my own stash except for the background fabric.
        It was a challenge at times. I made smaller, easier birds. I made sure to trim my colored strips on the last border to the 9.5”, they were all too long by at least ¼”. The next to last borders were too long, so I took them apart at the leaf block & shortened. Pat Sloan said on a recent video that unsewing is part of the quilting process, so I keep that in mind now LOL
        Whoever decided to release months 11 & 12 together, thank you!

        Carol in SW Michigan

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        • Barbara B. commented
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          Beautiful, Carol!

        • Helen W. commented
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          Carol G. You have been a complete joy to have making comments and enjoying the whole year of
          stitching. Your quilt turned out wonderful. It is the colors you used made a very busy quilt look peaceful. I especially like your blues, yellows and purples. Great job. Looking forward to next year.
          That pattern looks like your style since you really liked this one. I will probably go off in my own
          direction again. I like the pieced blocks and center, I am a little tired of flowers. I am thinking
          maybe using butterfly blocks or bird blocks for the second ring of blocks. What ever I do. it will be
          fun. I still have my houses and logs to do for this year. HelenW

        • Carol G. commented
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          Helen - thank you so much for your kind words! I know a forum or a group is only as good as its members. I try to contribute because I have found help from members who post. You always have good comments for all of us.
          This was my first TQS BOM. I don't plan on participating next year. I want to get back to piecing, and using up scraps!

        #11
        quilt top is done! I am going to custom quilt it on my Bernina Q24. The green fabric will be my backing.

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          #12
          Used all my own fabrics, except for background. Didn’t do anything for 3 months and really worked hard the last 3 months to get it finished. I don’t have a wall large enough to display if for a photo and I couldn’t get the new picture uploaded!

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            #13
            Finally the top is done. May fix the bird on the left top side or not. Month 11 and 12 were easy to do.

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            • Carol G. commented
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              I love the reds!

            • brigitte.wieser commented
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              How beautiful, it looks great in Red/White ! Congratulations !

            #14

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              #15
              I am grateful to be done! After a few months, I decided to stop hand applique and do machine appliqués. Otherwise, I’d be working on this till next year. It’s imperfectly perfect, simply because it’s finished!!!

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