Finished!!!!

For my November goal in “A Lovely Year of Finishes”, I had set to finish the top of my Push me Pull me quilt. Well, it is 4 pm EST on the 30th November and guess what………….

I have FINISHED!!! Nothing like getting it in at the last-minute. Let’s just go directly to the photos.

Front view,Β whereΒ the hubby is doing a great job holding it up on the playground).
PushmePullme_Front_TopFinish

From the left…PushmePullme_LeftSide_TopFinish

And just to make sure I have all the light angles ;-), from the right.PushmePullme_RightSide_TopFinish

Materials:

  • 48 fat eighths of various blue quilting fabrics (this is one for the fabric addicts out there – how many of you can name them ??? LOL)
  • Sashing – Kona White + Kona Ash

Size:
~ 60 x 90 Inches (Twin Size)

The block pattern is on sale through next weekend. It can be found in my craftsy store (check out the menu item on the left) or my Etsy store. Hope you are all having a great Thanksgiving weekend.

For completing my goal, I will be linking up with:

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27 thoughts on “Finished!!!!

  1. Laura C

    This is just beautiful! I thought I was a fabricaholic but I only could name about 1/3 of your blues πŸ™‚ one to be very proud of. I love the movement that the block creates.

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    1. mlwilkie Post author

      Thank you πŸ™‚ I know, I was amazed when I pulled out all these blues and I still had enough to switch out a couple of two along the way. My hubby will say he couldn’t see the gap when I pulled these put I think that is a stretch πŸ™‚

      Reply
    1. mlwilkie Post author

      Thanks Chrissie. Looks like I might be in New York a few times next year for work…..I will stop by the city quilter and visit….or at least let you know when I come up.

      Reply
      1. clumsykristel

        Yeah, definitely! I love a good contrasting binding. If you’re nervous about it, I’d just line up yellow up just barely peeking past the edge of the quilt top and then take pictures and look at it that way – you’ll definitely need some distance on it to make sure of what you’ll think of it.

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