Friday, December 2, 2011

Finished!

The Project Linus quilts are done! Ready to be mailed.

For me, using these fabrics was a little bit of a But the quilting part was fun. I love practicing machine quilting on charity quilts. I know they will not be judged harshly and I have more freedom to experiment with stitches.

AmyLouWho Sew and Tell
Stitching by Starlight Finished it Friday
crazymomquilts Finished It Up Friday

29 comments:

sunny said...

It must feel great to have all that done! I have a couple of Linus quilts in my ToDo pile.

sunny said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Rebecca said...

A-MazE-Zing!!!!! Absolutely love what you have done. Just beautiful my friend~

xoRebecca

bethanndodd said...

What a wonderful quilt for a wonderful charity. Smiles~Beth

Judee said...

Beautiful quilts!

regan said...

These are great quilts! They will surely be loved! And I love your border fmq vine with sparks! It's great!

Cyndi said...

The quilts are lovely, Jocelyn, and will be loved AND admired! Great job!!

XOXO,

Cyndi

amandajean said...

what bright and cheery project Linus quilts! your machine quilting looks fabulous! i always love reading that other quilters enjoy the quilting part of the process....it's wonderful when one can enjoy rather than dread that part, don't you think?

thanks for linking up to finish it up Friday!

Denise :) said...

Yay!! I'm sure they will be properly loved! You did a great job, Jocelyn! :)

Cathy said...

Those Linus quilts are really cute, but I can see why the second one was a bit of a challenge, but it still looks so good.

Willow said...

They are beautiful. You do great work.

Judy said...

Each one is so beautiful and what a wonderful charity to give them to.

maria said...

Lovely quilts. I'm sure the recipients will love them.

Gypsy Quilter said...

Kudos to you! A great finish.

Heather said...

So beautiful, and for such a great cause! Good for you! :o)

Angie said...

These are gorgeous! And I love your idea about trying new quilting stitches on these. Thanks for linking up!

Dirt Road Quilter said...

Your quilt turned out lovely and I know that they will be treasured. Project Linus is on my list for 2012. I hope to improve my new FMQ skills too and this does look like a great way to do that.

Sue said...

How thoughtful of you to make these wonderful quilts for Project Linus !

Leslie said...

That is a great quilt for a great charity! Love your quilting!

etta said...

Great job! In college I was involved in an organization that did a philanthropy project each semester. One semester we chose Project Linus. Granted, they were only tied fleece blankets, but they were made with love. :)

Hopping over from crazy mom quilts.

Kim said...

Awsome quilts and great cause!!!!

Manda said...

Beautiful quilts with lovely little quilting details!

notes of sincerity said...

Love your finishes. :0)
What special blankets.
Sincerely, Trish

ktquilts said...

Beautiful charity quilts!! Someone is going to be so blessed by this!! Awesome!!

Ivory Spring said...

I like how you quilted the border! What a sweet gift this is.

Carrie P. said...

Great job!

Jen said...

Project Linus quilts are lovely I am sure whoever gets one will cherish it always.
Great finding the Scrap Quilts book.

Rene' said...

These are beautiful! Project Linus is a great organization and will be thrilled to have these I am sure.

Susie at ProsperityStuff said...

Beautiful quilts! I'm sure they'll keep somebody really cozy. I love the quilting details!