The green and blue Buckeye Beauty top is finished.
Two of the things I've learned from this quilt are that not every quilt will be beautiful, stunning, and/or fabulous, and that I won't love every quilt I make. Some quilts will just be quilts and I will be ambivalent about them. This is one of the latter and I'm fine with that. It may keep a child warm on a winter's night. It may keep someone's bottom clean at a picnic. And it may be a fine spot for a baby to play before he or she crawls. It will be a serviceable quilt.
You may also notice that not all sides of the outer border are the same fabric. I ran out and substituted. It is, after all, a scrap quilt! Several blocks have more than one green or more than one blue fabric, too.
My One Monthly Goal for January was to make more blocks and then play with layouts. I surpassed that goal by sewing them together and adding borders, so I'm linking this post to One Monthly Goal - January Goal Finish Linkup at Elm Street Quilts.
On to the next goal.
I'm also linking this post to
> Finished or Not Friday at Busy Hands Quilts
> finish it up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts
> Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? at Confessions of a Fabric Addict
Thank you, ladies, for hosting.