It feels great to have it finished. It seemed like I worked on it forever.
A total of 30 blocks and a little over 1200 pieces, which really isn't a whole lot when you are talking about a whole quilt. I know a few of the seems look a little crooked in the photo below but they are not, there is a big picture hanging on the wall behind it and it makes the quilt crooked. :)
This was a great use of scraps and strings of all sizes. It was completely pieced on my "baby girl" my 1933 Featherweight! I love her more than ever now. This was my first complete quilt that I have pieced with her and she did a wonderful job. I hope to do more sewing on her soon.
It is only 8:35am so I think I will clean the house up and load a quilt on the frame....
Oh BTW...I think a lot of you have already noticed that I have a tab at the top of my blog that takes you to all of my vintage machines. Well, it's not like I have a ton of them but I am just starting. I noticed this morning that I don't have my featherweight on there yet, I'll have to do that sometime today.