Almost Forgotten Finishes

I can’t believe this…and I can’t remember if it’s ever happened before…AND it may never happen again, but this is my 2nd post in one week!
Tonight on my blog reading list I saw a TGIFF! post from M-R Charbonneau of Quilt Matters and it reminded me that I have some finishes I haven’t shared w/y’all! 
So, without further ado… 
Mystery Quilt – started June 2014 finished June 2015

Snap Bags – A recent commission
Things not so finished…
Basket Weave Batik Placemats

This flimsy is a pattern called Modern Lattice by Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilts.

It’s a flimsy

This flimsy is a pattern called Vintage Summer (2014) by Jeni Baker of In Color Order. It’s one I’ve been wanting to make for awhile and finally did last weekend.

It’s another flimsy

Today’s finishes…

And yet another on the sewing table…

And last but not least…one of David’s finishes. He turned me this gorgeous seam ripper! It’s made of Koa, which is a Hawaiian wood.
  Until next time, Happy Quilting and God Bless!
Linking up at:
A Thread for Life
Failure is not the only punishment for laziness, there is also the success of others. – Jules Renard

13 thoughts on “Almost Forgotten Finishes

  1. Congrats on such great finishes! I agree with everyone else – your Mystery quilt turned out gorgeous! Why don't any of my mysteries turn out so nice? And lucky you to have a husband who can make you such lovely little toys :*)

  2. Wow Wee Zenia – that is a lot of quilted awesomeness! I love the mystery quilt you did. Which one is it? And In Color Order is really striking. You have been one whirlwind of a quilter lately – Whoop Whoop for you! (And David too – excellent seam ripper!)

  3. What a beautiful mystery quilt and those snap bags are adorable! Love the liquorice allsorts placemats. And as for the seam ripper – wow!!!!!! have a great weekend. xx

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