Wednesday, December 5, 2012

A black and white finish...

I was bound and determined to get this quilt finished last night, so I came home from work, ignored the floor that needed cleaned and the dishes in the sink and got started right away. Here are the large rows I sewed together on Sunday. I got the top finished, then had to decide if I wanted a border or not.
I liked it without the border, but it was just shy of being twin size, so I decided I might as well add a small border so that it would definitely fit a twin. I had this larger floral print in black and white...Conrad liked it so it was a go!
I got it finished and hung for a photo op. It was dark outside, so I will get better pix later. I just couldn't wait!
Guess who is behind the quilt? Smokey has to investigate! After I got this finshed, I worked on a new hexie project for a little while. Hope to get it finished tonight.

My brother-in-law is doing well, thanks to those that expressed concern. 

4 comments:

Needled Mom said...

It is beautiful and the border looks wonderful on it.

Mickey said...

Love it, it looks great. Glad your brother in law is doing better.

Vivian said...

I've skipped past the "Turning Twenty" patterns till now. I understand why this one caught your attention. I think it's a wonderful version. The sashing adds a fantastic graphic feature to the quilt.
It's a keeper!
Glad to read that your BIL continues to progress.

Fiesta said...

Jean , this is a stunning finish. I am glad your BIL is getting better.