Witching Hour – Made It!!

I have 15 minutes to spare!  Clover quilt flimsy is DONE!  D.O.N.E.  That was a tough one for me.  No actual blocks to put together, just square after square after square set on a diagonal.  I’m happy to have the quilt though and I will be adding some borders to it before I FMQ it myself.  It’s done just in time for the Thanksgiving holidays.

Here’s my reveal for the purposes of the AYOS parade tomorrow:

Clover Flimsy

Fabric collection is mostly “Posh Pumpkins” by Sandy Gervais, but I had a charm pack of “Give Thanks” by Deb Strain that went into the four patch units.

I haven’t measured it yet.  It is something like 36″ square.  I literally just trimmed the corners down and put it back up (barely) on my design wall so I could snap some pictures.

Here’s my favorite block in the set, I think because of the brown medallion fabric:

Clover Block 1

But I also like this one, because of the polka dot fabric.  I bought lots more of that fabric – when I thought I was going to make this thing bigger…

Clover Block 2


This is my fourth completed AYOS project for this year.  They are fun to do, but this one stressed me out.  I’ll be skipping on the November AYOS because of another sew along I want to join and to get caught up on my BOM projects that are already underway and one that just started this month (Hampton Ridge).

I look forward to seeing some other Clovers tomorrow in the AYOS parade hosted by Sinta and Sherri.  I need some ideas on how to quilt this top.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you and your family had a safe and happy Halloween tonight!


10 thoughts on “Witching Hour – Made It!!

  1. I love this! I am two AYOS projects behind! I didn’t get to make the past two months and I am so regretting it. Your Clover is perfect for fall.

  2. I had to laugh at your finishing with just 15 minutes to spare. Been there, done that! I usually cut it pretty close on the Schnibbles quilts too, but didn’t even manage to get started on Clover last month. It’s such a great quilt though (despite all the small pieces and diagonal rows) and I love your fall version. I hope you manage to get it quilted so you can use it for the Holidays!

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