I’m making a concerted effort to get rid of more UFOs (UnFinished Objects) this year. Of course, the real challenge is to avoid creating new ones!
This is the third time I’ve made the Lombard Street pattern by Sassafras Lane Designs. This shows how much I love the design–usually I make any pattern only once. Here are the previous quilts:
And here is the completed UFO, ready to be donated at the next retreat with my donation quilt group:
Pattern: Lombard Street by Sassafras Lane. This is the smallest of 3 sizes.
Finished size: 39.5″ x 43.5″
Fabric is scraps for the triangles and solid from stash for the background and binding.
Pieced by me, though it took over a year.
Quilted by me.
If you want to make one, you can get your own copy of the Lombard Street pattern here.
You’ve been busy! All 3 look great.
I love this pattern Stretches my design mind just wondering….. is it paper-pieced?
Yes, it is paper pieced. Each block contains 2 triangles. It is assembled in vertical rows, which are offset by adding a little strip to the top or bottom alternating rows.
It is a very interesting pattern–no wonder you have made three! My fav is the solids one.
It’s been fun hanging around it at a quilt show listening to people try to figure out how it was done 😁
That is a lovely UFO finish! How thoughtful of you to donate and whoever gets it will be very happy!
Thanks. Actually I’ve not done a thing since finishing that. Have been traveling and now need to get busy!