Rainy Day Spiral Quilt Finished OMG

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19 Responses

  1. Denise says:

    Beautiful, I love the fabric. Your website looks different, though I’m not exactly sure what change you made

  2. Patty says:

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

  3. dezertsuz says:

    That’s a great line of fabrics, and the backing is spectacularly perfect! It’s a wonderful finish, and it will go fast, I think.

  4. I am so jealous of that lovely spiral quilting that I had to douse myself with water to prevent setting myself on fire spontaneously :-p The beautiful backing with rainbow spirals acts as a soothing balm. So overall you did just fine 🙂

  5. You two work SEW well together!!! Love the finish! I can’t wait for the post on spiral quilting! You’re likely going to encourage me to try it!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  6. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Wow Wow WOW! I love everything about this quilt. The fabrics, the pattern, scrappy border, quilting – they were made for each other! Just lovely!

  7. Kathryn says:

    Congrats love your spiral pattern and the fact you finished and mastered the chalk!

  8. This is a great quilt. Wonderful spiral quilting!! Do you have good success selling your quilts through Etsy?

  9. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, This is a fantastic quilt! I am glad that you shared it and all of the links with us, it would be a fun quilt to make with all of the scraps I have! LOL. I hope that you and Sue have a fabulous Memorial Day Weekend!

  10. Yay for getting your OMG finished with plenty of time to spare! It’s just beautiful, and I’m sure brought you much-needed brightness amongst all that bad weather, much of which seems to head southeast to me… That spiral quilting is wonderful but way more time-consuming than one would think right? Beautiful finish. 🙂

  11. Pretty quilt, I love it!

  12. Rochelle Summers says:

    Looks great!!! I love spiral quilting….as done by someone other than me, LOL. Sometimes, that pounce doesn’t even stay on long enough to get to the sewing machine. Read somewhere you can spray with unscented hair spray to get it to stay in place. Congratulations on the finish….you are really moving alone on those UFOs!

  13. I never tire of simple patchwork, and those framed four-patches really mix things up. I look forward to a post on the spiral quilting. It looks fabulous — share the secret to your success with us!

  14. Great finish! The backing fabric is perfect, and I too love that inner border. Wish the rainy days were only themes in quilt fabric . . .

  15. Shanon Fleming says:

    I love love love that inner border! And the scraps got used too. Great job!

  16. As you know, I’ve been keenly watching the progress of this one…and it keeps on unfolding treasure after treasure. Honestly, I think the spiral quilting sent it over the moon.
    🙂
    Fantastic!

  17. Another lovely finish, you two sewing queens!

  18. It looks great. What a fun way to approach the border and such a great quilting design on that fun back! Keepsake sells those at a reasonable price and I often feel I should have a stash for my benefit quilts. I love that randomizing tool – you are a hoot! Happy Friday

  19. Vicki in MN says:

    Congrats on your wonderful finish. I love the scrappy inner border you did, and yes it is good to use up all those scraps so they don’t have a chance to mulitply like rabbits, LOL

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