How you define "best" is up to you. My top five are below. You can click on the blog title to see the full blog post.
1. Largest number of views (468): Christmas in March, which featured the completion of Poinsettias.
By Judy Blok for the December 2013 issue
of American Patchwork and Quilting Magazine
This was my long term leaders and enders project. It's not perfectly done, but it turned out perfectly for me. This quilt was gifted to a co-worker as a retirement present.
2. Most comments (27): But First Coffee from October
Scrappy Coffee Cups (aka But First Coffee)
Block patterns from Karen F. Srebro and Janet McCarroll
publised in Block Magic and Block Magic Too by
But First Coffee is my first every Rainbow Scrap quilt started in 2012. It was recently gifted to My Guy for Christmas. He loves it. I had told him earlier that it was a gift for someone else in the family and he responded that it didn't need to go, it could stay and live with us. Little did he know that was my intention.
3. Most Facebook likes (661): Progress on Mystery Stuff: En Provence
|En Provence, A Bonnie Hunter Mystery (2016)|
I reposted the finished En Provence on Facebook. I don't do much on Facebook, so was really surprised at all the likes and comments on the post. I really like my version of En Provence. Hopefully it will be an early finish in 2018.
4. Most Pins on Pinterest (8) Finished My Geometry Assignment
Geometry was one of four graduation quilts commissioned by the Scientist in Training for friends and teachers. Both of us were really happy with how it turned out. It was a big hit with the future math major who received it too.
5. My Favorite Post: Finishing Blooms and Butterflies
|Blooms and Butterflies|
Back Porch Bloom block by Lea Anne Brummett,
setting by Kate
That's my Best of 2017. Linking up over at Meadow Mist Designs. Now it's time for more hot tea while I check out the other Best of 2017 posts.