Stay@Home RR Quilt – a finish!

Sheep in the Posy Patch

Here it is. My Stay@Home Round Robin Quilt! When I started this quilt in January, I didn’t imagine it would be a finished project by the end of March. I thought I would get the top done and then set it aside. But the fabric for my next project was delayed so finishing was a good way to keep me from starting something new. The machine quilting was simple. And the backing is pretty fun too.

Thanks again to all the quilters who contributed to this fun project. I had so much fun making this quilt. And I was able to make this quilt (56” square) completely from my stash. I even pieced the batting from left over pieces. I never know what to do with those but I am happy I didn’t throw them out!

Up next? The background fabric for the next project arrived and I am playing along with Honoré to make the Confetti quilt. We are both getting a late start on this one but that is fine for me. And I pieced the backing for my house quilt over the weekend. I think there are still enough pieces of batting to get that one ready to go too.

Happy Monday!

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

20 thoughts on “Stay@Home RR Quilt – a finish!

  1. Hi Juliann! I’m so glad you had a fun time joining in on the SAHRR. What a fabulous finish you have to show for it and how nice all the fabrics are from your stash. Woohoo! It looks so nice and quilty squishy. Love it. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Hi Juliann!! Now you have a beautiful, FINISHED quilt!!! It looks great!!
    I love how it came from your stash and that you even pieced the batting! Perfect!
    Thank you for joining in on the SAHRR!

  3. It turned out beautifully, Juliann! I don’t think I really grasped the full size of it until now. I love how you did the back, too.

  4. Wow! WOW! The finished quilt is even better than I imagined when you were sharing those early bits and pieces … and I especially love the way you pieced the back together. It makes a joyful whole and again I am in awe that you can cut and sew fabric to create such a thing.

  5. Oh my gosh, I love that quilt and the backing. I often piece a backing from what I can find in my stash. Good thing I am so faithful about keeping every little scrap. Sometimes they do come in handy.

  6. Juliann! It’s gorgeous!! You’ve done such an amazing job with it! I love how you QUILTED it in a square as well – perfection. Enjoy your new quilt 🙂

  7. Wonderful! Chalk up one gorgeous quilt in the WIN column. And I love using your clothesline for photo taking!
    I’m in the gathering stage of fabric scraps for the Confetti quilt and eager to get going. April seems to be a good time to put needle to fabric, etc…

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