Sunday, January 29, 2012

In the groove.......

As long as I was already in the routine of quilting cobblestones, I stuck with it and got this one quilted yesterday.  I will put a binding on this one but I'm thinking maybe just facings on the ones I showed yesterday.  I think I will get the edge finishes and hanging sleeves on them right away and they can qualify as January finishes.

12 comments:

Quiltdivajulie said...

Love how the colors glow . . . Happy Sunday to you.

Jackie said...

Beautiful! And yes, they qualify!

Gene Black said...

I love getting finishes!

tropicslady said...

This turned out lovely! When you do facing (as the binding), do you have a recommended width that the overlapping backing fabric should be? (does that make sense?)

Vicky F said...

Hi Wanda,
looks like that show is keeping you on track and moving forward (not that you ever need any motivation!)

Vicky F
In wintery West Michigan, where we're getting 1/2 inch an hour of snow right now!

Pat said...

I love this kind of quilt. And as always love the colors and fabric that you use. Enjoy your day.

Pat said...

I love this kind of quilt. And as always love the colors and fabric that you use. Enjoy your day.

Anonymous said...

Light source for this photo really gives the piece a different look. As always wonderful.

50 degrees this morning in the valley. January sure is not what it use to be.

J~MT

Vivian said...

I enjoy seeing the glowing centers of so many of your quilts, darkening as they progress to the outside.

Where did I miss info about you having a show of your quilts? You mentioned it a couple posts ago and I didn't remember reading that before.

Purple Pam said...

Your Cobblestones quilts ae so colorful. I like the random placement of color, but I especially like the way the light ones blend into the darker ones.

Cheryl Arkison said...

Man o man, that's some dedicated work. They all look great.

HollyM said...

Wow, you are getting a lot done. It's amazing how a dead line will inspire you! I still love the crooked cobblestones and I especially like the backing fabric on the first one. It's unique.