It's a finish 7/20/21

 I finished my panel quilt for the Christmas in July challenge at our guild.  We met today (80 members) for the first time in a year and a half.  We got the panel way back in Oct, 2020 (I think) during a drive by event.  There were quite a few different panels.  Here's mine:


I quilted it using a snowflake motif tutorial by Debby of DebbyBrownQuilts.  She is doing a color block quilt along for the whole year. Each month she has a tutorial on how to quilt the quilt we've made with our domestic home machine.  I'm learning a lot! If you'd like to check it out, go here. Great thing is the previous months are there for you to enjoy and all free. When I saw the motif for June I knew it was perfect for this quilt - snowflakes!  I watched the video several times, used white Superior So Fine thread in the top and silver Superior Bottom Line in the bobbin.  The needle was a 80/12.

Here's the back -  

This back was made from large size scraps from my stash - same for the binding. I'm going to donate it to St. Anne's Sewdality who help low income first time mothers. This is the corporal work of our hands at our parish.

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Thank you for stopping by. It's always nice to hear from you. I try to reply to each and every one of you, but sometimes life gets in the way. I hope you understand. Blessings.

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