Wednesday, May 30, 2018

On Ringo Lake {Finished Quilt}

Since my mom came into town for the long weekend, we got to spend a lot of time sewing and gabbing in between eating and forcing her to watch all of the sports with my husband and I (bless her heart!). She also brought me not one, but two finished quilts!

First up is my On Ringo Lake quilt! This was simply pantograph quilted with loops and my mom was nice enough to machine bind it for me using the backing fabric.


While I was extremely happy with the quilt when I finished the top, I absolutely love it now that it's finished.


This was my first Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt and I really loved it! I definitely fell behind through the holidays since we were out of town, but I still was able to finish the top before the end of January.



I'm not exactly sure what I'll be using this quilt for just yet, but I'm sure I'll be using it this summer!



Quilt Stats:

Name: On Ringo Lake 
Size: Approximately 60" square
Fabrics: scraps!
Quilting: pantograph loops in black thread
Started: November 2018
Finished: May 2018

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Sharing at Let's Bee Social, Needle and Thread Thursday, Finish it up Friday, and Oh Scrap!

14 comments:

  1. Please be patient with comment replies! I sincerely apologize for the frustration while Blogger sorts through this issue!

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  2. It is just gorgeous Alison! My mouth dropped when I saw it. So intricate, and I recognized it as Bonnie Hunter instantly! I love the colors you chose, it's scrappy looking but still has an organized color story!

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  3. What a bright and happy quilt finish, Alison! Its really lovely.

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  4. Your quilt turned out wonderful! I love when someone uses yellow in a quilt!

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  5. Congratulations on a wonderful finish! It's gorgeous, Alison. And isn't it amazing how even a great quilt gets SO MUCH better after quilting and binding?? It's like magic :)

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  6. Beautiful, Alison! I love your color story. Great job finishing! Mine is still mid-way. Great solution to the blogger problem, too. I hope it's updated soon. I'm troubled by it, also.

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  7. WOW!That is a stunning quilt!! I also made On Ringo Lake as my first Bonnie Hunter quilt along-I love mystery quilts! I stuck to her colors though-not brave like you!

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  8. that is simply beautiful!!!!!

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  9. A wonderful version of this quilt, I love it!

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  10. Awesome! I love the design and the scrappiness.

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  11. Congratulations, Alison! Your Ringo Lake quilt is gorgeous!

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  12. Love your Ringo Lake quilt. I'm pretty sure a Bonnie Hunter quilt would take me 2 years or more to make!

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