Here's a lovely little finish to share with you. I'm part of the community outreach committee of my local guild and each member of that committee comes up with a pattern or tutorial that can be used in the monthly guild newsletter for members to make scrap blocks from. In September I shared the medallion log cabin tutorial by Tanya Quilts in Colorado and we received enough blocks (including block kits we handed out at guild) to make three quilts .
This is the first of the three to be completely finished. My friend Wendy used her domestic machine to quilt loops over the quilt top.
When quilting with blocks from lots of different quilters things don't always turn out the same. This quilt top is proof that things don't have to be perfect to work out just fine. Several of the blocks in this quilt were not quite large enough. Patricia trimmed the blocks down to a consistent size. It looks so pretty in the shadows in the snow doesn't it.
I'm linking her up to Main Crush Monday and to Let's Bee Social.