TGIFF Hosting-February Color-Block OMG Finish

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  1. Susan Nixon says:

    Another good quilting job done! Congratulations on the finish. It looks scrunchy and cozy!

  2. What a lovely quilt. That’s a nice FMQ pattern and once washed, the quilt looks so nice and cuddly! Congrats on your finish. BTW Muv is hosting Free Motion Mavericks this week. You may want to link up!

  3. Patty says:

    Beautiful! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.

  4. I am a big fan of quick finishes. I would have chosen the pattern on right as well. Not that I FMQ :-p
    You can always add more quilting. It is a huge PITA to subtract. Love the end result!!!

  5. I love the crinkly, cuddly quilting on this: blobs or not! Your colours are beautiful and it makes me smile! Perfect eye candy for a grey, snowy day. 😄 Carol

  6. Yay! You have a happy color block finish! I love looking at your machine quilting as well!

  7. The quilting turned out wonderfully. I agree with Laura, incredible texture. Another fabulous finish! Take care, Mary.

  8. Jan Altomare says:

    That flame quilting is great. You are doing so well in your FMQ. Can hardly wait to see where you go next.

  9. What a great quilt! Those colour blocks are really striking, and I love the texture of the quilting, especially after it’s been washed. You pushed yourself to do something different, and it worked. Congratulations!

  10. A lovely finish, congratulations! Pretty Flame design too

  11. That’s a fun looking design, I think I’ll try something like that on my current project. Thanks for hosting!

  12. Sandra says:

    Fabulous finish Roseanne, and oh yes I can certainly feel the lovely softness of that soft quilt. And yeah that backing is awesome.

  13. You did a great job on the quilting!

  14. Susan says:

    I would have chosen flame, on the right, whether it’s stitched on a longarm or not. The other one is too busy for this quilt, and harder to accomplish on a domestic. You need to start shopping for a longarm!

  15. That quilting looks so soft and crinkly! It’s a wonderful finish! Thanks for hosting TGIFF this week 🙂

  16. Kudos of trying the quilting design! After a wash you don’t see blobs or mistakes. With texture like that it’s all worth it!

  17. Shannon Fleming says:

    It’s looks so comfy with it’s crinkly goodness! Nicely done.

  18. karenfae says:

    the quilt turned out nicely and crinkly and soft looking – lovely!

  19. Karen says:

    Congratulations on a bright and fun finish.

  20. Kathryn says:

    Those colour blocks are such fun and I totally love too the flame fmq that you chose to do on the quilt. Love that close up of it. Awesome well done. Now to put our eyes on March!!

  21. chrisknits says:

    It’s perfect!! I need to start doing more than straight line quilting and stippling! I need to move out of my little box. LOL!

  22. Love Love Love the crinkly goodness of this finished quilt! What a beautiful quilt! I want to snuggle under it!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  23. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Well done! You already know I love this quilt but to see it all crinkly and done makes my heart sing! It’s a really, really fun finish!

  24. OMG! That’s totally awesome. I remember most of your blocks from last year. That quilting pattern is so cool. It is simple but also has so much movement. I’ll try it on my next quilt.

  25. IMHO: it’s the quilting and resultant crinklyness that makes this quilt! Great finish, Roseanne.

  26. Laura says:

    Love the texture the quilting created! Also love the attitude…’In the end, it just doesn’t matter. ‘ Ha, ha!

  27. Denise says:

    It turned out sooo good and I love the colored corner stones.

  28. Nicely done ladies. You really are expanding your quilting skills, good for you!

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