Wednesday, September 28, 2016

One more finish! ~ Garden Fence

I've been on a mission this quarter of the 2016 Finish-Along ~ trying to make up for a dismal first half (2 finishes).  

Today I was able to squeak out my last finish for the 3rd Quarter.  It's another Garden Fence quilt that I made with the help of my bee-mates from the Newbie Quilt Bee.  They made some beautiful blocks and I gleefully put them together into this quilt!

In my first Garden Fence quilt, I used yellow and grey ~ I changed it up this time and used my favorite turquoise with the grey.  Not sure which one I love best!  This is another quilt that will be going to our local Children's Advocacy Center as a comfy quilt.

I switched up the quilting on this one, using a wavy stitch grid on the diagonal  which is fast and easy and I love the way it looks.  I did bind this one with the the same grey stripe, but i didn't do a bias binding this time.  This little quilt ended up at 33" x 44".

I have to tell you about a new product I found ~ Quilter's Perfect Stick Klips.  I've been wanting to find a wall to hang my quilts for photos.  (All our inside walls either have chair rail or aren't large enough.)  These Stick Klips are perfect!  They work like Command Strips and I wasn't sure if they would work out on our lanai wall because of the roughness of the concrete, but they do!  

So this is finish #5 for this quarter in the Finish-Along ~ Happy Dance!  Linking up with Lorna for Let's Bee Social.


  1. I love that wavy line cross hatch quilting. What a fun twist on the traditional grid!

  2. What can I say, a classy and modern combination. Very pretty =)

  3. I love love love the grey and aqua!! I have not seen those clips-where did you find them? I might just have to get me some.

  4. I remember your first Garden Fence Quilt and this new one is also a beauty. Great finish!

  5. This quilt is beautiful! Can you direct me as to where to find the pattern?

  6. This is beautiful! I like it alot. Thanks for joining in the FAL on behalf of the cohosts!


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