So I got all those borders around all those blocks and said, "I'm Done"!
Then I remembered someone along the line suggesting that I put a little 2 inch outer border using the background fabric around this quilt, to make it look like it's floating, so I did, and then I said, "I'm Done"!
This is Stars Above My Red Chateau and Lifetime Quilt Number 102.
The pattern is 3 Barns by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co - (click here)
The fabric is Rouenneries Deux and Chateau Rouge by French General for Moda
It finished at 73" x 73"
It has approximately 2,405 pieces.
This quilt was very easy to piece and it's a perfect size to hang in my living room, I could not be happier with it now that it's all done. I think this pattern would look great using any style of fabric and would be a great stash buster. That sashing alone could empty someone's scrap basket. I've not seen any other 3 Barns out there in blogland, if you've made this quilt send me a link or a picture.
Next up, I've decided to tackle those bias strips and start on Carolina. The weather has been so uncharacteristically cold little green daffodil and tulip tips have yet to peek out of the ground. If I want flowers around my house it looks like I'm going to have to piece them, perfect timing for Carolina.