Monday, 24 January 2011

UFO Challenge January #6


Having been given the challenge to finish a UFO each month on the Patchwork Times blog site. #6 was drawn out of the hat for this month, and I have finished my Baltimore quilt, which was #6 on my list.. yippee !!
I had only completed the blocks so there was a lot of work to get sashing, borders, backing, binding etc completed, but I have managed it with a week to spare.

21 comments:

Cristina said...

STUPENDA!!!!!!
baci
cri

Viki said...

gorgeous!!

Anonymous said...

fantastic quilt, keep sewing Diana

Rhonda G said...

It's absolutly precious Diana.
Life got in the way of my UFO and it's stil only part done. But it was not even cut other then one set of blocks pcs. when I started. It's going together now.
Congrats on getting your finished. It is stunning.

Katie said...

Absolutely goergous! You must be so pleased to have something that beautiful finished.

Donna~~ said...

Lovely! A great finish!

kwiltnkats said...

Why on Earth did you have these gorgeous blocks as a UFO? This is a beautiful quilt.

Beth said...

Love the colors!!! all that and a week to spare... gracious... want to come over and help me out too?

JCnNC said...

This is a wonderful finish. Very stunning, Diana.

shirley said...

beautiful...great job

shirley said...

beautiful...great job

Jo said...

Your quilt is a beauty and certainly one to treasure. Congrats and good luck on getting #10 finished.

Heather said...

Fantastic!! Congratulations on a beautiful finish! :o)

Quilter Kathy said...

Way to go! It's beautiful!

BetsyE said...

Wow! Nice one!

Diana said...

Wonderful Diana! Your quilt is beautiful and I know you must be thrilled it is finished and turned out so beautiful Great job!

Dionne said...

That is a beautiful quilt! I absolutely LOVE it!
Cheers,
Dionne

Ann said...

Beautiful job!

Ray said...

Very nice! You must be very proud!!

swooze said...

Lovely!

Erin said...

The applique is stunning! :)

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