Village Quilt Done!

Village Quilt by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. - This Quilt is so bright and colorful!I am so happy to say that my Village Quilt by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. is finally finished:). Yea yea! Happy dance!!

It is hard to believe that this simple little quilt has taken me over a year to finish. Really?!  It just seemed like there was always some other project that was more important. And then when I did start working on it, there would be a problem and I would have to put it back in the box to clear my head a bit.

Village Quilt by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. - This Quilt is so bright and colorful!
That is what happened the last time I blogged about this quilt.  I had pieced everything together and the top was 2 1/2” smaller than the bottom.  I’m glad I wrote myself a note because this  time, when I took it out, I knew right where to put my efforts.

It really wasn’t hard to fix when my head was clear and I wasn’t frustrated.  I just used my handy seam ripper and unsewed a bit.  It was fine.

Then it was to the quilting machine.  I thought these cute butterflies were the perfect pattern to be flying around my village:)

Isn’t it pretty?

Village Quilt by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. - This Quilt is so bright and colorful!
I really do enjoy this quilt.  What am I going to do with it? I don’t know yet. I will probably “put it in the pot” like my friend Jean says:). I just like to look at it.  It is eye candy to me❤️

Quilting candy is the best kind of candy because the SWEETNESS is all calorie free!

Village Quilt by Miss Rosie’s Quilt Co. - This Quilt is so bright and colorful!

This is my first finish for the Q4FAL. Woo hoo!

Thank you for dropping by today.  You make up the neighborhood of my quilting, sewing, crocheting, cooking village.  It is nice to have good neighbors like YOU!❤️

41 thoughts on “Village Quilt Done!

  1. Just absolutely gorgeous! I would love to do a wall hanging version of this quilt. I would like to ask, how did you fix your 2 1/2″ difference in the quilt. I have those things happen to me, as well.

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    1. Hi Sheryll! This quilt would make an excellent wall hanging:). To fix the issue, I didn’t even look at the pattern. I addressed the problem and took out some of the white spaces between the houses to make the row measure the same as the top. I really don’t know what I did to get the bottom three rows off so badly, but it didn’t really matter in the end. The houses were not supposed to line up perfectly anyway. So taking a bit of spacing here and there out made absolutely no difference at all. Thank you so much for your comment and question! Let me know if you make the quilt. I would love to hear about it:)😊❤️❤️


  2. The quilt really does look wonderful! How nice that it is finally finished. It truly is a great example of eye candy. Think of the smiles you will feel every time you look at it. Glad you were able to conquer the challenges. 😊

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  3. Oh my goodness, what a beautiful, bright quilt – the butterflies are perfect! On behalf of the global hosts of the Finish A Long, thank you for participating!

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    1. I’m so glad you like it! This was a really fun quilt to make, except I had a bit of difficulty getting the rows to all be the same size. It must have been the pattern, it couldn’t be me! Lol😊❤️


  4. Hi! I just love your quilt–it’s cute and country. I am also a quilter in my spare time. I by a have a small seamstress business and was wondering what takes me so long on some projects. Your description about sewing a project, stopping, clearing your mind and refocusing to solve problems., hit the nail on the head for me. Now I know what takes me so long, when I am sewing to measurements
    and not a pattern. Thanks for helping me remember that sewing is an art and not just using a sewing machine. You really got me refocused and encouraged. Blessings to you.

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    1. Hi Roberta!! I am so so happy to have inspired and helped:). Yes, sewing is an art. I loved how you are bringing that art into your business. I’m sure your clients will and do appreciate it. Thank you for your kind comment. Have a wonderful day!! —Tracy😊❤️


  5. Hi Tracy! I was just playing around on Pinterest . . . and here I am. This is gorgeous! I’m glad that little difference between the two parts didn’t derail you any longer. I wonder if you are still enjoying this quilt? It has inspired me to start my own . . . ~smile~ Roseanne

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  6. Wow…it is beautiful…the colors are just so cozy looking 😊
    This is the best looking house quilt I’ve come across…I definitely am going to make one…any ideas…pattern ??
    I’m a retired school teacher and have always wanted to take up sewing/quilting so I started a year ago and I am still learning but I love it!!!
    Thanks to people like you whose work inspire me!


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