Friday, May 3, 2013


Quilt back
This is the back of the quilt I love how it looks. Straight stitched on either side of the seams and free motioned the triangles in the border. Fabric is by Deb Strain 2 or 3 years ago. Linking up with
Another Finish it up Friday. I already have my next project lined up it is a companion to this quilt. I have to engineer a back for it. I'll try to have it finished for next Friday. Have a good one all. I can't wait to see what you are doing.

Binding and free motion
This is the binding. I machined it and used a stitch that I have on my machine it takes a stitch to the right and a stitch to the left of the middle. I guess it's like a modified blanket stitch.

Whippin in the wind
 Yes, it is hanging on the gate to the pool. It is supposed to be in the high 80's today. No snow here in Southern Nevada, just endless sunshine. I could not imagine having as much snow a Wisconson. 

Quilted and ready for binding.

 Isn't this fabric yummy? I put this quilt top together 2 yrs ago. Finally quilted it this week. I just hate the whole basting process. I have used iron on batting on the last 2 quilts and I've been so happy with it.


  1. Hi. I'm visiting from Amandajean's blog and really like your quilt. Your quilting is gorgeous. Your lines are so straight! The freehand triangles add a nice touch and the fabric is pretty too. Really nice. I hope you don't mind that I sent Vicky over at making lemonade out of lemons over here to take a look at it. I also hope you don't mind if I use your idea on a quilt of my own ... Sometime in the (hopefully not so distant) future. Happy quilting :) Ronda

  2. No problem Ronda, glad you like it.


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