TGIFF! ~ Good Will

Today I get to host the Thank Goodness It’s Finished Friday Linky party! If you are here for the party, welcome! At the end of this post, please link up your recent finishes. Visit a few blogs and leave some love. ❤️

My Good Will quilt is finished and Good Will seemed like the perfect name for it since that is where I purchased the top.

I appreciate all the input on how to quilt this. I was so torn. I loved Modern Wave, but it felt too modern. This comment hit home; it was what I was feeling, but couldn’t put into words.

And I love how it turned out.

This top has so many fun fabrics in it!

My quilt inspector approved.

I’m so pleased with this top! I think it looks great on my guest bed.Please click on the link below to share your finishes!

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Have a great day!

Also linking up with Confessions of a Fabric Addict , Busy Hands Quilts

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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16 Responses to TGIFF! ~ Good Will

  1. Paulette Faubion says:

    Could you please direct me to where I can find pattern and instructions. Really love this quilt

  2. Eileen says:

    A really pretty quilt, and quilting adds to it’s beauty ! Now, Enjoy using it !

  3. dezertsuz says:

    It’s a lovely quilt and a great purchase. It was nicely pieced, and now it’s nicely quilted.

  4. Love your quilt — great photos! You are correct: It was fun to look at all the unique fabrics.

  5. Susan says:

    Definitely the perfect panto for this quilt – looks great, and with a great name/story too!

  6. Ronda says:

    This quilt is one of my favorites that you’ve shown on your blog ~ although, I have never seen a quilt on your blog that I didn’t like! About 99% of the quilts I make are scrappy and sometimes I try really hard to not use each fabric more than once in the whole top. I love your choice of quilting pattern!

  7. Jayne says:

    I really love quilts like these. There are always so many amazing fabrics included…great memories too!

  8. It is a beautiful quilt and has many lovely prints but that is not the reason I like it. I like it because you turned that lonely flimsy into a cuddly quilt. The backing, the binding and the quilting make it perfect. It is so comforting – just like a grandma’s hug, faintly smelling of soap (probably rose or lavender) and pumpkin spice (from the pie baking in the oven). Just picture it.

  9. Love how your quilt turned out, and love it on the bed! Thanks for hosting TGIFF!

  10. Your choice of quilting is perfect!! I love how it turned out ❤

  11. Therese penders says:

    Your pup has great taste! I LOVE it. So simple yet SO effective.

  12. Joann in PA says:

    Tis lovely! What a great find!

  13. Sharon Browne says:

    This quilt is beautiful Katy! Love the quilting – good choice!

  14. Sandra B says:

    The quilting looks great, Katy! Perfect choice!!
    Great find….glad you were the one who gave it a home and gave it an amazing finish!
    Thanks for sharing….

  15. blackeyedsewsan says:

    I LOVE when people listen to me!!! It happens so rarely LOL. It looks wonderful & such a meaningful name-clever also! Enjoy in good health. Susan

  16. Val W. says:

    Love your choice of quilting on this Good Will quilt. What a terrific result!

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