Wandaful Quilts

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

I got the binding sewn on the QOV quilt and did the hand sewing on one side and started a second side.  Then I went down to my cutting table that was still clean (big smile) and started cutting.
I cut 106 rectangles for the quilt I showed a couple days ago.  I needed 24 rectangles for each quilt so I will get 4 quilt kits out of this cutting session.  I will make samples from one kit to show everyone what we are doing.
Here is the nature picture of the day.  The bunnies usually come at dusk or after dark so it was a real treat to see one in the daytime.


Sewing Junkie said...

We have bunnies under our shed. They eat the flowers as they come up and they love the bean leaves. The pieces you cut up will be very patriotic for the QOV quilts. Nice change of pace. Chris

Jean said...

Sounds like you have been busy as ever. Sorry your dad has been poorly, hope things get better soon. Love the QOV, it is definitely a good cause to support and you certainly did a good job quilting the quilt. You are really nice to bind it too.

Cameron said...

Love your quilts. Can't wait to see what you do with these beauties. Your pictures make me miss our old farm. We had goats, chickens, ducks, pigs, even a sheep for a very short while. She bullied our little Pygmy Goats and ate all their food. We were not a working farm.

karenfae said...

I love watching the rabbits. Since shortly after Easter we have a very light color rabbit that has been feasting in our yard. Normally the wild rabbits are a brownish color - I am beginning to wonder if someone in the neighbor bought a rabbit for a child for Easter and then decided they did not want it anymore. It really looks more like a domesticated rabbit that a wild one.

Maria said...

Sorry Wanda, there is only one good rabbit and that is a d--- one.

They eat everything. Even ring bark big trees. I know they look cute but they are not.

Your fabric will make great QOV.

Net's Place said...

Some lovely fabrics you have there, cute little bunny too!

Feather on a Wire said...

I love those fabrics. I would never had guessed you had them in your stash,

Sharon said...

Great QOV packages, these fabrics look fabulous!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Wonderful QOV Wanda. Our guild made them for the past two years! I think we did around 100!
Congratulations on your win at Canton Village!

Deanna said...

I love this quilt... my son was a medic in the Navy until recently... anything patriotic always catches my eye. St. Patrick in Yorkville is going to be hosting a mock-USO talent show to benefit the military, honor active and past military and funds go to care packages... we need to get a group together to make a patriotic quilt to raffle... soon! It's in July :)