Friday, June 14, 2013

It's Friday

Yay! and I have a done so I am linking up with Richard and Tanya for Link  A Finish Friday you can find the icon on the left side bar. You ask what is my finish. Well here it is.
Finished Blocks! I joined an online swap of buildings. Some didn't care what building and others wanted just a house. Now mind you the last one is a rocky open lot. Yep she stated an empty lot with a for sale sign  would do, so I did. I really had fun doing these even tho I think I might have stressed about doing something different for everyone. (yes I know the 2 churches are the same. No they are not one is facing the other way. That's my story and I am sticking to it) I love the outhouse, it might be my favorite and it is a freebie off the net you can find it here. I can't (but have to) wait to see what I get back from this swap. So there is my finish for this week. I did have a finish last week but didn't get it posted so I will give it to you this week.
 I pieced this for a co worker that had a friend diagnosed with terminal cancer. Co worker wanted something for comfort for her friend. This quilt was not on my UFO list or on any list to start but here it is started and finished. I simply call it Comfort. The back is a pink minkie type . I found this pattern by accident it is found  at Moda Bake Shop. I went looking a one of the Christmas patterns and saw this and fell in love. I made mine a different size than what the pattern called for. I am thinking I may have to make this one again but for me.
The back of the quilt shows the  pantograph  found here at MeadowLyon. I really love their pantos and no I am not affiliated with them just a happy customer. So that's it for now.


  1. The houses look like fun indeed, and the empty lot is a hoot! The quilt for your friend's friend looks good--soothing colors, calm design. Perfect.

  2. I LOVE the schoolhouse block with the flag....oh wait...that arrived here today *grin*! LOVE it! Thank you so much!


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