Sunday, December 26, 2021

Cabins by the Lake -- Flimsy Complete

 This week I finished the last block for Cabins by the Lake.


Here's the complete quilt top:


The flannels used were from a layer cake I won years ago.  It's been so long I can't remember the giveaway or the fabric line to give them credit.  :(. Sorry.

Cabins by the Lake is a pattern from Fons & Porter Magazine.  It is even a cover quilt.


Another bin (Ziplock bag) empty, another magazine to file... Ahhhh, progress.  Up next to find some nice fabrics and make a back for this one.  I'm happy to put another quilt in the to-be-quilted due for 2022.  I see some more finishes in sight.  I am so happy that I made the commitment to make one block a week for this quilt when I found it just sitting in a bin in the Ziplock bag.  I already have a fun idea for the leftover flannel scraps.  Stay tuned.





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Gretchen Weaver said...

This is a lovely quilt top. Better get it quilted soon, flannel will be perfect to snuggle in during the cold days of winter, happy stitching!

Linda Swanekamp said...

You did a marvelous job! It is going to be a cozy quilt. Makes me smile.

Needledmom said...

Those colors are so pretty. It’s a beautiful quilt.

Cathy said...

That turned out beautifully, Kathy!