Paris Panel OMG Struggle Finish

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23 Responses

  1. patty says:

    Lovely. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly goal and congrats on your finish!

  2. Mary says:

    Loved seeing your EQ8 mockups for the borders. Glad you went with flying geese. It turned out so well! Hang in there my friend, and don’t put too much pressure on yourself to get things done.

  3. Judy Blauer says:

    Well done! I’m not sure if my comment will post. But I love it!

  4. It’s gorgeous. I love the quilting and the flying geese. Hope your mojo returns and it will. Obviously you just need a rest.

  5. plstockwell says:

    I love it! Isn’t that struggle very real. I have that happen a lot especially when I can’t make a creative decision. I love the flying geese as cornerstones. It looks fabulous!!!!

  6. Chrisknits says:

    You did it!!! Good for you, and it’s perfect!

  7. Such a pretty panel. You did a great job turning it into a quilt. Great choice of motifs.

  8. Roseanne the geese are the perfect corner for the panel in my opinion. I love your finish and the quilting is perfection. How awesome that you found the perfect orange/red. I’m in the same frame of mind lately but still managing to sew something every day.

  9. Nanette Chopin Cook says:

    Beautiful Roseanne! Love the quilting.

  10. Carol S. says:

    Your panel and quilting are beautiful! I struggle with my sewing mojo and feel like a roller coaster sometimes. It’s there and then it’s gone. I’m trying to just let it flow on and off without stressing out. It can be hard!

  11. Kathleen Scargle McCormick says:

    Love what you did and love your EQ auditioning. Great job. And congratulations on finishing one of the languishing projects.

  12. ROCHELLE SUMMERS says:

    Congratulations! A job well done for both of you. Your wall hanging is beautiful. That sewing mojo has been leaking out of me like a tire going flat. Your finish is celebrated because you somehow made it happen in spite of the missing mojo. I hope you feel wonderful with this finish.

  13. Gretchen says:

    Beautiful. Decisions are difficult sometimes but your final quilt is stunning.

  14. Oh that turned out so great – for not having mojo – you have an awesome finish. And your quilting totally complimented that panel! Go you, and fingers crossed that Mojo comes back soon!! Hugs my friend!

  15. Great job, Roseanne! I love this and the geese were my choice! Glad you finished. I am waiting for binding which should be here tomorrow and my panel challenge will be complete! I finished the quilting over the weekend! I’ll probably post on Saturday!!

  16. I liked the flying geese best too! Somehow it is just hard to work with panels. Your panel must have been printed more straight of grain than the panel I choose for the challenge. You have a very pretty wall hanging. Happy stitching!

  17. Barbara Esposito says:

    Hi Roseanne! I LOVE everything about this quilt. I yelled, “Flying Geese” when I saw that as a option so I really love this finish. Your quilting is perfect too. I have been struggling with my sew-jo because I have a project that I am no longer loving but that has to get done (and before I move on to something else or it will never move to the finished pile) You have inspired me to just press on and “git ‘er done”!

  18. Connie says:

    Love the flying geese corners…beautiful panel and project!

  19. Melva says:

    It turned out beautiful! I am sorry your quilting mojo is lost, but look at you! You did it anyway. Hugs.

  20. Your Paris panel turned out wonderfully, Roseanne! I’m so sorry to hear you had some struggles with your sewing mojo while you were pushing yourself to work on it, but you did it! The borders and cornerstones look perfect for the panel. Do you have a special place to hang this beauty?

  21. My choice was the flying geese corners so I really like how you finished your panel, Roseanne!

    I have been in a funk myself…no sewing…but I have had a wonderful vacation and I’ve planted some flowers. It is okay to have a change of pace now and then. 🙂

  22. Wendy Tuma says:

    Doesn’t it feel good to have that panel done and dusted? I like what you did with it, the flying geese, the quilting. Yay! I think you deserve a donut (wink)! I’ve been to Mill House Quilts – what a fun shop!

  23. Vicki in MN says:

    I really really like how you framed the panel. Glad you made a step forward into the sewing room afterall:) Hopefully it felt good to you once you got in there and started on the project.

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