Friday, November 20, 2015

Farm Girl Vintage Sew Along: The Quilt is Done!

On October 5, I posted photos of my completed sampler top for the Farm Girl Vintage Sew Along led by Lori Holt of Bee In My Bonnet. Today I want to share some final photos with you, including a few shots of the lovely, happy, swirly quilting done by Barb at Quilts on Broadway.  The binding has been sewn and the quilt is on the wall.  My project is complete.  The Farm Girl Vintage Sampler is in the books.  Truth be told, I feel a little sad.  Time to pick up my chin and get carried away with the next project.

Thank you for letting me share this sew along journey with you.

~Taunja
















9 comments:

  1. You know how much I love this sampler of your and Fig Tree. You have inspired me to do mine in Fig Tree. I kept debating what fabric to use for the Farm Girl, and this is it. I love absolutely everything about the quilt, the colors, blocks, placement, quilting, and how fun it all goes together. Great job!!!!!!

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    1. Thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart! That really means a lot. I can't wait to see the progress on yours! I love so many fabric lines and styles, but Fig Tree really speaks to my heart every time! Have a great day!

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  2. Stunning - absolutely stunning. Love everything about it. xxx

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    1. Thanks so much quilting friend!! Can't wait to see your finished quilt as well!!

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  3. I was debating with myself about buying this book and you have pushed me over the edge by making it in Farmhouse fabric. Now I have to have it.

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    1. Yes!!! Go out and get that book ASAP. I love helping people spend their money vicariously!! Enjoy!

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  4. Your version of this quilt is absolutely stunning! I love the way you have put it together with the Farmhouse collection - my current favorite. You have given Lori's wonderful patterns a whole new look with your own personal choice of fabrics. Inspired once again! The quilting is also gorgeous! Thanks for sharing! Pam

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    1. Thanks so much Pam! We definitely share a love of the Fig Tree fabrics. And I thoroughly enjoyed making every one of Lori Holt's blocks. Great instructions. Super fun patterns. What a terrific sew along.

      Thanks for your kind words! Hope you can carve out some sewing time this weekend!

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    2. Not a chance! Have a big crowd coming for Thanksgiving so my time will be devoted to cleaning, decorating & cooking! I'll have to set a few days aside next week.

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