Friday, May 19, 2023

The Procrastiquilt #1 is Done!!!! and Finished!! (or not) Friday!!

Oh what a week!! We have a lot of Finishes around here!!... and only one of them is a Personal Quilt!!! But!! Its exciting none the less!

Lets go with the Quilt first!!!

I got my Procrastiquilt QOV finished!! Well - the first one!!

Don't you just love it? I really do - even tho nothing is really *even*  haha!!!
Wonky stars and uneven rails... that's my Jam!!!

I quilted it with Swirly Stars......

Just so you know... I  might have used this as an excuse to not work in the barn.. The boys were re-roofing and I was supposed to be sorting all the *stuff* in there... I got thru a lot.. but I was starting to annoy my husband with the amount of *stuff* I was putting in the dumpster.... oops!

and now on to the other big finish!!! My Baby!!! He graduated!!!...  we all ( minus that oldest kid of mine) got to head up to watch him!! We were so excited - and it was so fun!! 

I had sort of expected 70 deg and sun... but that is not what we were greeted with... Good thing I always travel with an extra jacket!!

Just cuz My Blog is all about me.... Me with my Baby!!! I love it!! 

And now... it is your turn!!! Strut your stuff!!!

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* Visit lots of blogs
* grow your bucket list
* buy more fabric
* stitch faster
* and have more to show for FONF!!!

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Cathy said...

Congrats, proud mama!
And I don't think any of those stars look very wonky but congrats on the finish of that quilt beauty.

Jocelyn is Canadian Needle Nana said...

Huge Congrats to your handsome son, Alycia!

cityquilter grace said...

a very pretty finish and congrats to your 'baby' too!

Elizabeth V Kelbaugh said...

Congratulations for the baby's graduation. Great job on the Procrastiquilt QOV finish.

Mari said...

Great quilt! And congratulations on your son's graduation! How wonderful! That stole with the bucking horse is too much. No more tuition bills for you! More cash for fabric!

Deb said...

Congratulations to All! Good job Mom! So exciting and so nice you were there for the ceremony! Oh and the quilts are wonderful too!

Bernie Kringel said...

I LOVE this quilt - adding those earthy tones in with the red white & blue is lovely. Gives a very Americana vibe to it.

Congrats on the graduate! You all look so happy. Makes a mama proud, doesn't it??

LA Paylor said...

what a great photo! and a handsome accomplished son! Congrats
when my husband finally graduated with his doctorate, it was just me there to celebrate, I would have loved to have lots of family there too. What was your son's degree in, and which degree?
I know you're proud and should be!
LeeAnna at not afraid of color

The Colorful Fabriholic said...

Great quilt! Congrats to your family on your son's graduation. Is this the boy formerly referred to as Little Bit? Not so little any more! Congrats on getting all your boys launched.

Lanae said...

Look at Colby in his graduation outfit! The quilts look amazing and so does the family!

Anorina @SameliasMum said...

Awwwwww!! Congratulations.

Delighted Hands said...

Congratulations to the graduate!!! And the quilt is perfect-I love wonky stars with floating points! Great setting.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

It's a great finish. Congratulations to the graduate!

Sylvia@Treadlestitches said...

Wonderful procrastiquilt, that's my favorite new word! Congratulations on such an important milestone for your son, and your whole handsome family!

Sylvia@Treadlestitches said...

Beautiful red white and blue quilt! And procrastiquilting is my new favorite word! Congratulations to your son on his graduation. It was so wonderful to see the photos of your happy family.

Kathleen said...

Procrastiquilting is a great name/word and you did fabulous. Congratulations to your son and to his family on his graduation. It was just about 7 years ago my son graduated and I cherish that memory.

Allison said...

Great quilt! How lovely that nearly all your family could be together to celebrate graduation day. Very special!