Sunday, June 25, 2017

Farm Girl Vintage is finished


Farm Girl Vintage.  This is definitely one of my favorite quilts so far. It's so whimsical and colorful!  Farm Girl Vintage was a project that spanned over 18 months with 2 support groups: my Sew Vintage face-to-face group and an online Facebook group. We were "assigned" 1 or 2 blocks per month and it kept me moving along on this because it was fun to see what others were doing too. Plus I finally cut deeply into the 1930s reproduction fabrics that I have been hoarding for years.
The top photo really shows off the quilting design (thanks Bonnie at The Pin Cushion) and has a pretty true color.  She used a white thread and the design is called Boulevard. I love it. The bottom photo shows off the blocks a bit better but I made my husband move into the shade so the color is off a bit. The quilt is twin sized but may end up hanging somewhere for awhile.
This quilt is even labeled - with another Farm Girl Vintage block. This barn block is the same as the one in the bottom left of the quilt, except I replaced the pieced barn door with a plain white square so I could write in it.  Now I have to decide what to do with the 50 remaining blocks - the 12" versions of these 6" blocks.  Two quilts at least could be made with those.


  1. Congratulations! It is finished and it is beautiful :) You should be very proud . . . I love how you made your label, too. You're so talented.
    Have a happy week.
    Connie :)

  2. Congratulations!! Your quilt is gorgeous!!

  3. It's beautiful! Congrats!! on your great finish. It is a fun quilt. Can't wait to see your BIG blocks finished.

  4. Congratulations on a great finish!

  5. That is so adorable!! Congrats on the finish!!!

  6. Hi Sara,
    Well this is a nice finish. It turned out really great, don't you think? I love the label - so fitting. ~smile~ Roseanne

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