Cozy Afternoon finish and giveaway winner
I’ve got my quilt top finished for the Cozy Afternoon BOM, hosted by Jacquelynne Steves. I love how it turned out! I’m debating whether to quilt it myself or send it out to be longarm quilted. I love the satisfaction of quilting it myself, but I’ll have so much more time for other projects if someone else does it for me. I’m sure you know what I mean!
The appliqued blocks are my favorite part of this quilt. Those tea cups are so cute!
I know many of you have been participating in this Cozy Afternoon block of the month and in the monthly giveaways. The winner of October’s giveaway is Elizabeth who said, “I have participated in block of the months before. I really enjoy doing them.” Congratulations, Elizabeth! You’ll be receiving two pdf patterns very soon!
Speaking of giveaways, you can enter to win a fabulous fabric kit of Moda Fabrics to use for Jacquelynne Steve’s 2016 block of the month. Yes, there’s going to be another one! Find out all of the details here.
Have an awesome day!
Wow what a truly beautiful Christmas present that would be.
This turned out really sweet . Nice finish ; )
it looks so good, re the longarm quilting I have so many wanting quilting but it would be too expensive to have them done so they just remin as flimsies for now till I learn the quilting technique better myself
LOVE how your quilt turned out!! I haven’t quilted my own quilts in a long time- I agree that when you turn that step over to someone else, it gives you more time to work on more projects! Plus, my long-arm quilter does a much better job than I could I ever do 🙂
That is such a lovely quilt. Makes me feel cozy. Good to see you at PQIF!
Your version of Cozy Afternoon is just the best! I love your fabric choices, Julie. All of your colors really ‘pop’! XO
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