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Saturday, November 19, 2011

#6 quilted......

I'm choosing all of the easy quilts to finish first.  By the time I finish them I will have had enough practice to do some more detailed quilting.  This quilt was made with 3" strips of fabric and measures approximately 76 x 102" after quilting.
I used a floral on the back too, one that I got on sale.  I think the binding will be green since the spacer squares and backing are both green.  This is quilt #6 this week.  I know I won't keep up this pace but it has been fun.
The red Christmas cactus is in full bloom now.  It has a lot of buds so I hope it blooms for quite awhile.


13 comments:

Debbie said...

Wow, you have really been on a roll this week and gotten so much accomplished. Bet it feels great to see so many finishes.

Impera_Magna said...

Love that ribbon quilting... definitely going to try that on my next quilting project!

Love your red Christmas cactus...

judith lockhart said...

You have been really busy this week with quilting but isn't it nice getting the tops made into quilts! So pretty and inspiring!

Mary said...

I am so impressed! I've had a pretty productive week, but nothing like what you have accomplished!

karenfae said...

that's really nice getting quilt tops finished isn't it. You are emptying out the closet - making room for more!
Karen

Lynne said...

By the time you're done I might have enough confidence and practice to quilt a real quilt instead of yards of muslin!

Dora, the Quilter said...

Congratulations on your multitude of accomplishments this week.
(And, happy birthday to your dad!)

Sheila said...

I remember this strip quilt with the green spacers and loved it. Nice ribbon quilting pattern. Loved watching your play with strips and all your strip quilt variations as I love strip quilts. Your play helped me see more possibilities with my quilts.
Awesome Christmas blooms and buds.
Happy to hear about Father's big 98 :D

Anonymous said...

I know absolutely nothing about working a Long Arm.... When you are quilting on it, is it all free motion or can you set up a certain pattern on the computer and just walk away ?

Did I make you laugh ? I really don't know, but listening to those that do have them I just assumed it was all computerized.

No matter what, that is a terrific amount to accomplish this week with all your other commitments you have had.

J~MT

Quiltdivajulie said...

I like these quilts with the spacer blocks . . . adds a bit of sparkle.

Congrats on all the quilting you've done this week!!!

Belinda said...

You just GO Girl!!!

Needled Mom said...

Wonderful work!!

Barbara Strobel Lardon said...

WOW!