Finish-along-finish

Squirrels finished! As these were part of my Finish-Along pledge, I am particularly pleased. Since this started out as a sort of joke quick-quilt with fabric that was hopelessly ill suited to being a jelly roll (headless reindeer, anyone?), I am particulary surprised it was ever finished. It is now on the little-bed-small-people-sleep-in-from-the-middle-of-the-night-when-they-really-need-mama.

Squirrels finished1Very very snuggly minky on the back (sort of artificial furry hairy stuff, to use a technical term). I am not convinced this makes a very sensible back, but it washed ok. I quilted this on Ms E’s wonderful longarm, and I had such fun just going for it on a Sunday afternoon.

Squirrels finished3Fuzzy pictures, but at least you can see where I got the inspiration for the chalet.

Squirrels finished2Squirrels “raw edge appliquéed on” which is the technical term for: quick and dirty. Hurray for my first finish of the year, even without very nice pictures.

xx Happy squirelling, JJ

 

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4 Responses to Finish-along-finish

  1. Katy says:

    Looks more like bodyless deer there 😉 Glad you go there in the end!

  2. jessica says:

    congrats on the finish! I love how it came out~

  3. HilaryS says:

    Lovely and cheerful! Well done!

  4. Elita @ Busy Needle Quilting says:

    I love the quilting you did to make the house bricks! Very sweet quilt. Well done!

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