Planned But Banned…THE END!

In my December 12, 2106 post, I showed you a quilt Sandy and I had planned but then it was banned from her house.  You can read about it here.

After finishing the top, I took it to my trusted quilter, Mrs. KB.  She suggested a rolling wave pattern to soften the angles and I like it!

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I am loving the green and purple contrast.  It took us forever to decide on this green fabric but it’s perfect.

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My go to method for tacking down quilt bindings is to use a slip stitch by hand.  I have three large quilts in progress and the thought of tacking down yards of binding by hand is causing “severe procrastination syndrome”…. a common problem for me!

I decided to use my machine to tack down this binding.  I watched a few on-line videos, took  a deep breath, and got started.  I like how this worked out and plan to use this technique again with my other two quilts in progress.

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I usually give away quilts to people I love BUT I just might keep this quilt for myself!

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THE END.

10 thoughts on “Planned But Banned…THE END!

  1. sandradny says:

    OK, you can keep it, but when WMD and I arrive in July it has to be hidden! PS, the girl in question is reportedly moving back to the area…drama ensues?

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