Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Quilting Done


Singing the Blues is moving on to the binding stage. Woohoo!


Susan

54 comments:

  1. Lovely! how big is it? I like the interlocking crosses and the parallel quilting lines.

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  2. I can't belive how quikly you work.

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  3. ooh jealous, I love how a quilt top turns into a quilt whilst you bind it! Still loving your directional quilting lines x

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  4. really nice-- i love the colors and the quilting.
    mary

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  5. It looks fabulous, well done, looking forward to seeing what you've chosen for a binding. : )

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  6. Looks awesome! Cannot wait for the whole reveal!

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  7. It looks marvellous and I still think the quilting is most excellent. Off to sing the blues for real. Not the best of weeks so far! x

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  8. Look at that beautiful quilting! Well done, my friend.

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  9. Wow, thanks Susan! I was just wondering how this quilting would look - thinking of doing it on my Giant Star top. ;)
    Lovely quilt. x

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  10. Gorgeous! How did you mark it? I hate marking quilting lines.

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  11. Your quilting looks fantastic!

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  12. Scrummy quilting! I hadn't quite picked up before that it was triangles pointing to the centre - love love love it!

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  13. That's the prettiest elephant bum I have ever seen.

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  14. Oooh! It's a beauty! Love the quilting!

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  15. It's so beautiful! So so so pretty.

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  16. 'Oh, wow!!' Is what I said (aloud!) when the photo appeared - it's magnificent!!!!

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  17. Now THAT is a purty lookin' quilt. It's beeeyootiful!!!

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  18. And not a wrinkly arse in sight... Fabulous dahling xx

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  19. Love how you quilted this Susan - it's fabulous!!

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  20. Fabulous! The texture you've achieved is incredible. Looking forward to seeing what you've chosen for binding too!

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  21. Love the quilting, it looks fantastic!

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  22. The subtle prints in amongst the solids are lovely. Go on, get binding!

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  23. looks fantastic and so quick too.

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  24. The quilting looks fabulous!

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  25. The quilting is lovely grasshopper.

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  26. Now, that looks great! I love the blues all together, and the quilting looks lovely.

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  27. Lovely quilting - fab photo of the quilt too.

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  28. I like the quilting that you did on this one - it looks great. Not an elephant bottom in sight! You get so much done so quickly, it makes me wonder what I do with my time!

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  29. Not an elephants bum in sight. Woo hoo!

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  30. Well yet again you have surpassed yourself!! awesome quilting and can't wait to see the binding! x

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  31. Oooh lovely, those helpful tips worked, no more saggy elephant bum.

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  32. the quilting is gorgeous susan!

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  33. check you out! Looks absolutely stonkingly marvellous! Enjoy!

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  34. Oh.. this is truly amazing. Such dedication and heavy quilting...Take a bow . . . .you deserve some chocolate!

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