It was a little difficult because I wasn't working with yardage and I had a limited amount of one of the fabrics (the Crown purple). So, I made one block at a time. From cutting to the completed block. Cutting the largest pieces first and working my way down to the 2 inch squares.
I was so excited to finally finish it. It turned out great and is the most squishy, cuddly quilt I have ever made. It is so heavy and warm. My friend was very happy with it and I was very happy to have it to her on time.
Don't mind the bad lighting and messy living room. It is dark when I leave for the day and dark when I get home. I didn't have much choice.
I have started pin basting on my dining room floor instead of spraying on my sewing table. It works pretty well.
This quilt is also the first one for someone else that I have used my new labels on! I LOVE them.
I ordered them from FinerRibbon.com. You can find the labels I ordered HERE. They were so great to work with and they send you workups of your custom labels before printing. I would recommend them to anyone looking for custom labels. I am sure I will never use that many labels, but the cost really isn't too bad at all. It was definitely worth it.
I forgot to get a photo of my label on the Crown Royal quilt, but I did get a photo of my "test" label that went on my pattern test quilt. Lesson: Sew the label on BEFORE the binding. They are slippery and the feed dogs don't grab them real well.
Now I have three more projects that I have to finish in the next 2 weeks. Wish me luck. :)
Linking up to:
Needle and Thread Thursday
Finished or Not Friday