A Lovely Year of Finishes: July Goal

05 July 2013


I totally missed linking up during the month of June but I'm back on track and have a finish that I absolutely need done before the end of July. 
At the beginning of the year everyone was working on the scrappy trip along quilts and I thought they were absolutely amazing.  I had to many projects going on and I didn't want to start another one at that time but the quilt definitely went on my to-do list.  Well over the past month, I have been working on my very own scrappy trip quilt!

I started by pulling fabrics from my scraps. I didn't cut into any new fabric!

Then I started piecing my blocks and then laid them out.



I basted the quilt last week.

I just started the quilting last weekend.  My goal is to have the quilting done by the end of this weekend!  Now I need to find the perfect binding!

I linking up at Fiber of All Sorts!

10 comments:

  1. It looks awesome. The bright solids really look great in there

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  2. Popping over from a Lovely Year of Finishes! I love your quilt top. It is so bright and cheerful. I look forward to seeing the finished project. What did you select for a backing?

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  3. this looks great! It's so cheery and bright! Mine is sistting waiting for me to show it some attention! After seeing yours I might just have to get mine back out! : )

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  4. SO pretty, Lori! One of these days I'm going to make one of these quilts... :)

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  5. Every time I see a fantastic version of a scrappy trip quilt, I get so excited to make my own! Yours is lovely and I think I'll be able to start one soon. Thanks for inspiration!

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  6. Gorgeous #scrappytripalong! Mine is now sitting in the UFO basket sadly. I'll hopefully get to it before the end of the year.

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  7. Fabulous - you are on a roll. Good luck finishing your project!

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  8. I love your top!! You have done a wonderful job! Thanks for sharing it.

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  9. This is so so so fantastic. What a change from the stack to the quilt.

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  10. Are you kidding me with this quilt! Unreal. It's so scrappy and so stupendously elegant at the same time! I love it.

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