One Monthly Goal – November 2019

I’m pulling out another UFO to finally baste and work towards quilting as my goal for November.

This was the start – pulling fabric back in 2014.

I taught this as a class at a LQS, Curve it Up by Sew Kind of Wonderful using their Quick Curve Ruler.

After completing the class, it just hung in my “to be quilted” closet until my sister-in-law saw it and said she’d love it for her lake cottage. We shopped and bought fabric for one more border to enlarge it, and bought the back and binding fabric.

She liked the yellow for the border saying it will go in a guest bedroom that is painted yellow.

Now to get it basted and start on the quilting.

Linking to One Monthly Goal hosted by Patty of Elm Street Quilts.


5 Responses to “One Monthly Goal – November 2019”

  1. Nicole Says:

    Oh I love that pattern! I did two blocks, ended up doing one as a quilt, and never finished the rest of the blocks! You’ve inspired me to start it again. Beautiful work here. Good luck.

  2. Laura M Says:

    Very pretty. I enjoy those sew kind of wonderful patterns as well.

  3. Kate Says:

    Good luck with your November OMG. Love the blue and yellow color palette in this project.

  4. Chrisknits Says:

    What a bright and beautiful quilt it will be!

  5. Patty Says:

    Lovely quilt. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

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