January ’17 OMG Finished

My January 2017 One Monthly Goal was to finish my modified Fancy Forest quilt top. This quilt is for a birthday present for my sister-in-law, Sharon, who will celebrate her 65th birthday in April. Sharon truly is a kid at heart, and she fell in love with the four fancy foxes I made last year, so I decided to add three Hazel Hedgehogs and two thistle blocks to make her a small custom quilt.


The quilt top measures 33″ x 43″, and after it is quilted and I square it up, the finished quilt will measure about 32″ x 42″. I thought about putting one or more borders to increase the size but decided I’d rather sacrifice size for a cleaner aesthetic. Because it is a smaller size quilt, I thought about quilting it myself with straight lines, but I’m going to let Michael at ThreadBear work his magic. Below is the fabric for the back which I think is perfect for Sharon especially since she loves bears.


Linking up to Elm Street Quilts: Jan ’17 OMG Finishes and Cooking Up Quilts: Main Crush Monday.


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6 Responses to January ’17 OMG Finished

  1. Nann says:

    Your forest critters turned out so nicely. The backing fabric is perfect!


  2. The quilt top came together great and that fabric is the perfect backing! 🙂


  3. Jacqueline Rubio says:

    Love it! The back fabric is fantastic!!


  4. Vera says:

    Oh cute! Congrats on meeting your goal!


  5. Patty says:

    I just love this! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.


  6. Those hedgehogs are adorable and your sister is sure to love her new quilt! The backing fabric is perfect! Thanks for linking to MCM. 🙂


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