Monday, March 2, 2015

Flags of the American Revolution*Finale*Link-up

'Tis so sweet to work on quilts with cyber friends! It really keeps me on track and inspired! Here is the grand finale (for those who made it this far) And if you haven't, keep plugging forward and then be sure to show me the results.
The book is by Jan Patek, Quilts of the American Revolution

 My signature block, in the lower right, is a little different from the book. I'm smitten with this quilt and it reminds me of our lovely trip to Boston over 4th of July last year.


 Cathy S. top (She was an over achiever and sent me this photo last month!) Nice work!

Terry's top. Love her border choice and In God we Trust



Elaine's is not complete, but it will be soon! Looks great!


Link up your Flags quilt now. Even if it is still in blocks.


25 comments:

  1. Awesome! I love them all. Hope I can take the time to join in the next sew along. I'm finding it difficult to keep up with the Stars in a Time Warp. Sheesh. Have a great day!

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  2. Great tops, all of them! It's nice that you added 2014 to remember your Boston trip. Thank you so much for hosting this quilt along Lori. I had always wanted to jump in with one of your quilt alongs and I'm so glad I did this time. It kept me on track and I know this quilt would probably be in the UFQ pile had it not been for the monthly homework from you and the 'company' of other quilters. I can't wait to see how others choose to quilt it!

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  3. They are wonderful! I will be checking back to see more of them as they are linked up. I really hope to make this quilt some day!

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  4. All done, yipee, and look what great tops are showing already so far.
    We can be so proud of ourselves.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  5. I really love that pattern and the quilts that everyone has made with it, including yours.

    Debbie

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  6. Wow, They all look great. I need to get back to mine. Great job ladies. Thank you for posting Lori.

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  7. Perfect memory quilt for your 4th of July quilt. Celebrating America in Boston,fun!

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  8. It is a great looking quilt. I do enjoy seeing the varied versions and what each quilter has done to make hers a little unique.

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  9. Oh my goodness! All of these quilts are wonderful. Thank you for keeping us on track. It's been a great journey :)

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  10. Thanks Lori for a great sew a long. I think all the quilts are turning out fantastic.

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  11. Lovely quilts and great jobs !!
    Bravo ladies !

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  12. Thats a Great quilt! You all did a wonderful job, can hardly wait to see it all quilted now. By the way, my quilt shop has maybe 6 long arms (never have really counted) and they charge $17 an hour to use them. 61 here on Friday!

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  13. These are fabulous! Love seeing these wonderful quilts.:)

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  14. *Clap* *Clap* to all!!! Great job!!!!

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  15. Beautiful quilts! Everyone did such a wonderful job!

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  16. WOW! They all look great!
    It's true...so much more fun to do it as a group!

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  17. GREAT looking quilts, Lori!!

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  18. They all look great. I can see where they would remind you of Boston.

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  19. Gosh, they're all wonderful. Groups can sure keep you motivated.

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  20. Lori, I don't think I ever would have made this quilt without the push from you and the other women in the sew-along. Thank you for organizing our monthly assignments. And I made a couple new friends too.

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  21. Wonderful finishes!!! My book is still sitting on my cutting table unopened--sigh....

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  22. Hi Lori! evryone's quilts are so wonderful. I love seeing all the different fabrics and details that each person used to to make their quilt unique. It s fun that yours commemorates your fourth of july in Boston. Thanks for doing this.

    lizzy

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  23. I love your finished quilt, Lori!! I especially like the fabric behind the eagle - really makes it shine. Thanks so much for hosting this sew-along - I've had the book since 2009, and it feels good to finally have it (almost) done!
    I also like everyone else's finishes and blocks - it will be good to see them quilted. :)

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  24. so fun to see them all! great sew along

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