Friday, November 15, 2013

A Late Friday Finish

Well, it's only a little after 8 pm so it still counts as a Friday finish, right? I wanted to post sooner, but an 8 hour work day, followed by laying tile, picking up the grandson and dropping him and Mr. GQ at the Carolina basketball game has slowed me down some.  Any way, here is my Friday Finish...and I am sorry for all the pictures, but I couldn't leave any out.

                         Here is Briar Rose, getting ready to apply the binding....

                  Here is Briar Rose, lounging in a chair on the back deck in the afternoon...
                   Here is Briar Rose lying on the deck as the sun sinks slowly...
                                 A close up with a few late afternoon shadows...
 Here is Briar Rose with her little sister, Briar Rose 2, both freshly crinkled from the dryer...
 Here is the Back of Briar Rose...backed with Daisy Chain by Amy Butler and Summersault by Erin McMorris for Free Spirit. The whole quilt is quilted with wavy lines in an on point grid that follows the blocks.
                               Here are both of the Briar Roses rolled up...
                                          A close up of the binding...

                    A close up of the cuteness that is Briar Rose 2...she is so petite!
And I love those Nanny Bees!  See you soon.
Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts Finish It Up Friday.


  1. I love the way these squares are set on point...can you tell me the name of this pattern? Beautifully done!

  2. Just beautiful! I agree with Sara - love the squares set on point - great effect!

  3. Briar Rose is absolutely Gorgeous! Looking at it makes me feel spring to summer if you know what I mean. It's that freshness of the air, the smell of flowers, the blue sky as you go from late spring to early summer. That's the feeling this beautiful quilt evokes! Thanks for the Sunday smile

  4. I love how you coordinated your colors so beautifully- OK, now I have to make this quilt too. It is wonderful!


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