This Fourth Week of April Finishes

Before work after dropping my son off at high school I have lately stopped by a bench park by Lake Ontario and this is the view...

It was a little chilly lately but nice to sit there and take it all in before starting my busy day as a teacher.

So this is what I got accomplished this week...

I got a couple quilts completed on the Easter weekend and started my Mom's queen quilt on the long arm.
Mom's wall hanging. I used wild flower pantograph.

A commissioned baby quilt for a coworker.

On the long arm is Mom's queen quilt.
I am using Lush Leaves pantograph.

I am linking to the following blogs:

- Needle and Thread Thursday at My Quilt Infatuation
- Inspired Thursdays by the Inspired Wren.
- I Quilt Thursday at Pretty Bobbins by Gemma
- Richard and Tanya Quilts: Link-a-Friday Finish
- TGIFF then click on A Quilting Reader's Garden
- Off The Wall Fridays at Creations by Nina Marie
- Show Off Saturday Linky Party at Sew Can She

Click on the links on the right sidebar to check out some wonderful finishes.


  1. You have been busy. The quilting looks great on the star quilt.

    1. Thank you knitnkwilt! I like keeping busy. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. I am always amazed at how speedy a long arm makes the finishing up of a quilt! Makes one almost think that it is possible to get all those ideas out of my head and actually made! Ah, but I don't have a long arm -- perhaps one day?

    1. Yes I love my long arm. I can long arm a baby quilt in under 2 hours. I bought mine used so it was half the price!

  3. breathtaking view and pretty quilts!

    Thanks for linking up with Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

    1. Thank you Kelly! Yes the views and the quilts refresh me! Thanks for hosting a linky party.

  4. Lovely finishes all! And that's a great panto. Thanks for linking to TGIFF!

    1. Thanks so much! I am looking forward to seeing the giveaway I won on your TGIFF posting! The panto worked out well and was fun to use.


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