Tuesday, December 16, 2014

UFO Finish Tuesday - well almost...

Remember HERE, back in June when I spent a few days sewing the first six blocks from the Fat Quarter Shop's free 'Wishes" quilt?
My plan from then on was to sew each month's block as it was released and I'd have a pretty sampler quilt by Christmas. The best laid plans, right? 
Well, it's six months later and with Mr E away for a few days I decided it was time to roll up my sleeves, change the blade on my rotary cutter, and get to work!

Friday night I made block 7...

'Court House Lawn'

...and on Saturday the final five blocks were finished.

'Mrs Taft's Choice'

'Dove In The Window'

'Idaho Beauty'

'Stair Step'

'Grape Basket'

To finish this quilt I've added a white border...

...and today I'll decide on the final border.
Hopefully I can show you a true UFO 'Finish' next Tuesday.

 The full pattern is still available as a free gift HERE on the FQS blog.
The pattern was shared to raise funds for the Make A Wish foundation by individual donations, so consider doing that if you choose to download the patterns. 

God bless you all,


  1. You do excellent work, Jenny. You are so precise and your fabric choices are always wonderful. Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

  2. So beautiful! Love the fabrics! I'm anxious to see the finished quilt.

  3. Lovely blocks using very cheerful fabrics. The white really sets the designs off quite well. Quilting Bliss...

  4. Jenny this is so beautiful....It is going to be the most gorgeous quilt when you get it finished...My goodness you get so much acomplished

  5. Hi Jenny, I just love your quilt it is so pretty. Great choice of fabrics.
    Western Australia

  6. Jenny, Very pretty quilt, love the fabrics.

  7. Beautiful ... can't wait to see it finished.

    happy Holidays.

  8. It's lovely Jenny, I love the fabrics you've used

  9. Your fabric choices are beautiful!

  10. Looks so fresh and bright, love it.

  11. That sounds like some truly restful quality quilty time. The thing I love the most is you are going to have at least one block with a US state name in it. ;) I've saved the patterns, so far, but I haven't made any yet. I like watching her videos, though. Your version of this quilt is bright and cheerful and will bring you a lot of spring in the winter!

  12. I've saved all the Wishes blocks this year. Looking for just the right inspiration from fabric or a child before I start. You have a beautiful, bright, cheery top. Anyone would be happy to make their wishes under it. Are you planning on adding the pieced back?

  13. Hi Jenny,love these blocks and your top has come together lovely,love your fabrics.xx

  14. Your quilt is looking beautiful, Jenny.

  15. WTG on getting your quilt finished up. Looks great already. Love the colors and fabric choices.

  16. Beautiful! I love the fabrics you've chosen. I didn't recognize the Wishes quilt in those colors. Gorgeous! Merry Christmas!

  17. Wow! Love the colours - it is beautiful!


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