Okay, maybe it's not ginormous, but it is bigger than normal. And ginormous sounds good with Gentle Art so I went with it!
I believe the word ginormous came from the movie Elf, which is one of our favorite movies.......we even make it a point to watch it once during the summer....... so I always think it's a fun word to use!
Anyway, back to the matter at hand, my Gentle Art quilt is finished!
I really like how this one went together so I just kept on going!
I used a combination of fabric lines from Bonnie and Camille. Ruby, Vintage Modern, Marmalade, and Happy Go Lucky are all in there!
I love the orange and navy blue in Happy Go Lucky so I used lots of that!
At one point, I had the inner border finished and I forgot to use the cornerstones!
I decided I really wanted them in the quilt to anchor that white border a bit, so I went back and added them in.
I thought it would be easy, but not so much!
It should have been easy, but I made some silly cutting mistakes and I ended up having to remove the entire inner border and replace it by the time I was done.
I'm happy that I did add the cornerstones, but I wish it wouldn't have taken me so long to fix them!
Maybe I was distracted by all that we have going on here right now!
It's a big week at our house! That's why it's been pretty quiet here on my blog.
My oldest son is graduating from high school!
We made these treats to celebrate his graduation and his birthday, which is this week too!
Well, I'm going to go celebrate and eat one of these!
Don't forget, there are many more beautiful Gentle Art quilts floating around blogland.
They're all made from the pattern created by Schnibbles designer by Carrie Nelson.
You can see them during the parade at the beginning of the month on Sherri's blog and on Sinta's blog too.
I'm looking forward to seeing them all!