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the blocks are 10" finished. two 2" hst, 4" geese plus two 1" spacers = 10"
very nice. it does help to have a deadline
I bet the couple will love it!!
Wow another batch of beautiful quilts!!!!
I finished quilting the wedding gift quilt today, the DWR blocks I was working on at the last retreat. I have my binding straps cut and need to sew them together and get the quilt bound and do a label. Getting there with this project. Making a DWR king sized with heirloom quilting is not likely to happen again for me. Anyone else getting a wedding quilt is gonna get much simpler. No regrets making this one though. And...I can't get a photo to load successfully today :(
Great job, Lynne!
(edit cause I forgot the E on the end of the name)
I got one side of the wedding quilt hand turned last night. I am hoping to get it finished in the next week.
I now have to figure out a label for it. Any suggestions???
That quilt is SO gorgeous! I think I'd just put an extra block on the back and hand write on it. Or you could give it to me and abandon the idea :P It's amazing!
Sorry to say the bride has been following my progress of this quilt on my Instagram posts and is quite excited about it so the quilt will need to go to her.
That must make you very happy to know that the quilt you have worked so hard to create is going to a loving home.