Last of April finish!

I completed one more quilt on my long arm machine, Glory Be, for April, just on the 29th. It is my Mom's queen size quilt. She either did a block of the month or a class. The blocks are on point. It looks stunning! She said this will be her last queen size quilt. She is so thankful that I have a long arm which cuts down on the cost since I charge her nothing. I used Lush Leaves pantograph. So here are the pictures. I took them by a park along Lake Ontario. The midges (tiny black flying bugs) were there by the thousands! Hopefully you can't see them in the pictures.









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 Quokka Quilts by Laura.
- 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.

Come join me at my C.R.A.F.T.S. Weekly Weekend Linky Party this weekend.







10 comments:

  1. What an amazing quilt and your Mom must be so proud of you! The quilting is fabulous! Congrats to you both. Thanks for sharing. Marie (mlismore@optusnet.com.au)

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    1. Thank you, Marie! I enjoy the long arm quilting and helping my Mom out!

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  2. Wonderful! What a great project to share with your mom. Lucky her to have you to quilt it!

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    1. Thank you, M-R! Yes I am glad to help her out. She does so much for my family and I!

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  3. I am very impressed! Greetings from Greece.

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    1. Thank you, Christine! I am glad you stopped by from Greece!

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  4. Classic. Perfect. Thanks for linking up to Inspire Us Thursdays on The Inspired Wren.

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    1. Thank you Ren! Thanks for hosting a linky party too!

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