Friday, February 14, 2020

A Finish... Doubled!!!

Welcome to Friday!!
Happy Valentines Day!!

A little bit ago I hosted a Mystery for our Local Quilt of Valor group... and we had a blast!! I took a few of the finished Tops home with me... and have tried to quilt them up!

Then we did the mystery in our Mystery group too : Mystery Quilts 4 Military

(I was also the one who cut the kids for the mystery... so quite a few looked a like!! Who knew?)

I think this one was made by Marsha and Debbie

The wind finally stopped blowing ( for like 30 seconds!!)
So we headed out to take a photo!!

Here is a close up of the quilting!

This one was made by me!
I  ( of course) Chose the Scrappy route!

Here a little Quilting Close up

And Now!!
Its time for you to brag!!


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Also linking to:
TGIF Friday at Slice of Pi Quilts


Anorina @SameliasMum said...

These quilts all look so wonderful and will no doubt be a joy to the recipients.

Cathy said...

Two beauties! Congrats.

Home Sewn By Us said...

Good Morning, Alycia! Happy Valentine's Day to you and your sweet ones. The QOV quilts turned out just beautifully. I love both the scrappy version as well as the one with matched fabrics. Both will be enjoyed and loved, and the quilt pattern is just perfect. ~smile~ Roseanne

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Gifts of love! Happy Valentine's Day to you and your group; the ripple effect from these QOVs is amazing! Well done.

Linda Swanekamp said...

I love the scrappy one best.

The Joyful Quilter said...

Classic looking finishes, Alycia. LOVE them both!!

Florence said...

these are gorgeous, thank you for all you do for the veterans, and all the quilters who help

Andree G. Faubert said...

Hi Alycia, those are both lovely quilts. It's hard to resist scrappiness, isn't it?

Kate said...

Great QOVs! The quilting looks great. I really like those stars on the second one.

Nancy @ Grace and Peace Quilting said...

What a great QOV mystery quilt! I love it!!! Fun to see two versions of it. Thank you for hosting the link up!