Weekly Finish #14: Appalachian Autumn 2020
I finally finished my Appalachian Autumn quilt, which I posted about my WIP here.
Bonnie Hunter's newest pattern was released last month and I knew I had to make this quilt as soon as I saw it.
I love the pieced border. It's a bit more work but I think it's well worth the extra effort. I may just start adding pieced borders to future quilts.
The centers of the leaves are string-pieced and so fast and easy to make.
This is the second quilt I've quilted using an edge-to-edge pantograph with my Mega Quilter. I used an oak leaf pattern from Golden Threads. Still not perfect but I'm pretty happy with the results.
I used the same fabric for backing that I used on the autumn wall hanging I made for DGD#1. I love this print with the pumpkins and corn and fall floral. It screams fall!
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Until next time ... be happy and keep on quilting!