I am SO excited to have just this morning finished binding my Mercyful (Antique Tiles) Quilt. I started the quilt top in January as a donation quilt for the Mercy Hospital Hospice program that has been organized by Bernie@Needle & Foot. Please see my Mercyful Quilt Top Finished post for more information about my quilt top as well as some information about my connection to the Mercyful Quilts. This is such a worthwhile program, and I was thrilled when I found out that Mercyful Quilts is one the five charities that will be receiving quilts through the Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge 2019 being hosted by Sarah@Confessions of a Fabric Addict. Below is a pic I took this morning of the finished quilt. I love how the blue sky ties in with the blue in the quilt (just luck really!).
Jessie@Threaded Quilting Studio did such an awesome job with the quilting and transformed my quilt top into a quilt that I am really proud of (and one that is a little hard to part with!). But I plan to get this quilt in the mail to Bernie on Monday.
- 60” x 60” size
- Pattern is Antique Tile blocks (free tutorial by Piece N Quilt)
- Fabric is all Carolyn Friedlander fabric (except the binding)
- Quilting pattern is Pineapple Skin
- Started January 2019, completed March 2019
This project was my first proposed finish for my 2019 Qtr 1 Finish-A-Long Goals.
Linking up to From Bolt to Beauty: Brag About Your Beauties and Confessions of a Fabric Addict: Can I Get a Whoop Whoop?. I will also be linking up to the 2019 Qtr 1 Finish-A-Long Finishes when the linky party opens.