Yes, it's finally done. Instead of waiting until bedtime to sew the last two rows I put them together when I got back from my walk so there would be enough light for a photo.
I know it seems like I didn't enjoy making this top but I did. I just lost my momentum and found it difficult to assemble the blocks into the top - one of my least favorite parts of quilting.
edit: I gave credit when I started this quilt to Sandy Bonsib but just to be thorough, this is inspired by the quilt on the cover of her book Folk Art Quilts. While I didn't use the instructions in the book to create my quilt - it is clearly made from her design.
Now, at the risk of you thinking I have a drinking problem....I'll show you how I plan to celebrate finishing the top and making my airline reservations for MQS.
Since I typically go to Virginia to visit Mom for Mother's Day, I was debating how to schedule the two trips back to back. In the end, I decided it would be easier to leave from Mom's to go to Kansas City rather than returning to Minneapolis first.
I promise I only plan to drink 2-3 glasses....not the entire stock!