Thursday, July 19, 2012

Jamestown Landing graduates L/E!

While working on some more Christmas Goose blocks this morning, I sewed the last string sashing units of Jamestown Landing as my leader-enders that started last summer!  Most of this project has been leader-endered, outside of the HST splurge one day last year.  

It's AMAZING what can be accomplished one seam at a time.

I'm literally running out the door to a dentist appointment (ICKKKKY!) but I pushed my time this morning to see the layout!  Here's the pic---no time to admire it yet.... but you can bet that I'll be checking it over for proper placement before it gets sewn into rows.

I love blue!

10 comments:

Quilter Kathy said...

WOW! Gorgeous!

Me and My Stitches said...

Love this quilt! It looks really great - and it is amazing what you can do with leaders/enders!

Andee said...

Loving it! Way to go!

scraphappy said...

Amazing!!

vtquilter said...

WOW! That looks wonderful.

Dee said...

Just beautiful! I don't do L/E, but that quilt is certainly an advertisement for the benefits of doing so.

Patchwork Penguin said...

WOW!!!! it is lovely, congratulations! I decided I might use my four-patch leader enders for the Rick-Rack Nines instead of the Irish Chain... so many choices!!

Andra Gayle said...

Gorgeous, Amy!

Judy D in WA said...

LOVE, LOVE, Love!!!
One seam at a time!! :)

Malini said...

Amy your quilt looks amazing. Awesome!!!