Friday, February 26, 2021

Bichon OMG Quilt and...... Finished ( or not) Friday!!!!

 Happy Friday to you!!!!!

My February One Monthly Goal was to get started on the Bichon Log Cabin Quilt. I actually wanted it topped - and bonus if it was quilted.... I didn't make the bonus, and now that I am looking at the top.... I kinda think there should be ..... more.....


Here is where I am:


it is all put together as a top - so I am going to say... Finished! my One Monthly Goal.... but, I am also going to put it aside to contemplate on how/what or if I want to add anything to it.

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17 comments:

Cathy said...

Oh, that top has a rather vintage vibe that I like! Congrats on meeting your goal.

In re fav low carb meal...I don't really pay attention to carbs or calories but just try to eat all around healthy, don't eat out, when possible eat homegrown from the garden and most meals are made from scratch.

tubakk said...

This will be a beautiful quilt, and I agree that you should think of adding a border, maybe grey. Good luck.

Bonnie said...

That is a really cute top. I like blue and yellow together. Maybe a border? Or two? Thin yellow border and a thicker blue border? I'd say you finished your goal for sure.

Snowcatcher said...

I think a border would be nice, too, but I do like this quilt! Glad you were able to finish your monthly goal!

Susan said...

That looks so good!!

Rebecca Grace said...

Your Bichon log cabins are SO cute! Are you thinking of adding borders, or adding more Bichon blocks? One can never have too much puppy love... :-)

The Joyful Quilter said...

Congrats on attaining your OMG, Alycia! Best of luck on figuring out what the quilt wants next.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

It looks great. Well done.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

With my new diet, I'm learning to eat lots of foods without the breading/pasta, etc (carbs). One of my favorites is rotisserie chicken and some veggies (Asparagus or Zucchini). Super easy and quick, plus it's yummy.

Sharon Kwilter said...

Congrats on achieving your One Monthly Goal. The quilt looks lovely.

Melisa- pinkernpunkinquilting said...

This is such a sweet quilt , Alycia and congratulations on meeting your goal . Look forward to seeing what you do next and thank you so much for hosting the link party

WeedyMama said...

In reverse order: what is a low carb meal? ;););)

That is one sweet quilt top, and those little button eyes and noses. If you are thinking of finishing it for a comfort quilt, a little bigger might be the way to go. LOTS of snuggly, puppy love.

Kirsten said...

Adorable quilt. I like the Nichols in the center.

Kate said...

Such a fun quilt top! Congrats on meeting your OMG. Looking forward to seeing what comes from you contemplations on additions.

Home Sewn By Us said...

Hi Alycia! I love the Bichon quilt and am wondering what size it finished at? I love those two colors together - the yellow is so happy and the dark blue highlights it so nicely. I do agree with you that it needs something else to frame it or wrap it up in a bow. Not that there's anything wrong with it as is! That's for you to decide and how your vision sees it complete. Congrats on finishing your OMG and thanks for hosting today. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

Delighted Hands said...

oh, you know how much I like this quilt--whether it is finished or will have some more added to it--it is beautiful!

Patty said...

Lovely! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish!