Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Stars and Stripes

While piecing my Hometown USA quilt top I made a few extra flag blocks.  Then recently I remembered that I was sitting on a few flag blocks, made a few more, and put them all together, hopefully just in time to get the top quilted so I can enjoy it the month of July.  I made it exactly like the pattern,  because it was perfect just as it was.


This is Lifetime Quilt Number 204
It finished at 56" x 71"
The fabric is a mixture of Bonnie and Camille for Moda
It has approximately 138 pieces.

The pattern is only $5 and you can make this top in a couple of afternoons.



And speaking of my Hometown USA quilt, Emily Waterbury was the winner of the raffle.  Here she is on the left, getting the quilt from Twilla Coon, the director of the library.   The library collected nearly $3,500 in ticket sales, what a great effort.  Thanks to all who supported my hometown library by purchasing tickets.

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4 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilt and so patriotic! You amaze me, XOXO

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  2. My patterns you change... ROFL

    Congratulations to Emily and the Library - and to you! This is a gorgeous quilt and this gift of yours will make a lot of people very happy. Well done, Miss Cupcake!

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  3. It is a testament to your fabulous quilt that the library was able to raise so much money. Congratulations. And to get a second quilt out of the blocks is a bonus.
    Debbie R.

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  4. I love your quilt and yes I've made it last year and it's a gerat and easy pattern. Congrats to raising so much money:-)

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