Monday, August 27, 2012

YeeHaw!

 One cowboy quilt DONE!!
 Here's the patchwork backing.
I was hoping to get the second binding stitched down this weekend but made it only half way. Hopefully tonight I'll get it done!!
The stencil Randy sent fit perfectly!! She also sent the powder pounce, which would have worked fine, but it was so much easier to use my frixion pen. Time to cut a binding for this one!!

Happy Monday!!

29 comments:

  1. Yeehaw!!!!!! It's fabulous, Lori. The pieced backing is terrific.

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  2. Your little cowboy is going to LOVE this one!! Gorgeous!!
    P

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  3. Hey Lori, The cowboy top looks great! I think that's very ambious of you to quilt cables on there, but I'm sure it will look great! How does the frixion pen work? washes out? 'hope all is well with you! cheers, CW

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  4. You are rolling right along! Looking good!

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  5. Very cute, Lori! It's sure to be well-loved.

    I'm with Claire - tell us about your experience with frixion pens.

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  6. great quilt - love the back ;)

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  7. I Love the quilt and the back is very cute....I don't know if you know frIxion pens take the color out of the fabric....the longer you leave it on the more it takes the color out.....bummer they are very cool to use...

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  8. Well, you're ready to pack up and go on an overnight horseback trip! Sleep under the stars....

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  9. Looks fabulous - it's so great to see 'my' fabric being put to good use!

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  10. Ride'em Cowboy. Great quilt, creative back.

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  11. What fun! Finished is such a great feeling :)

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  12. The nephews will love the cowboy quilts, Lori! They are adorable. And I'm so glad the stencil is working out for you. It's for the red/white quilt. I like those pens, whose marks disappear when ironed, but I have found sometimes there is a faint residual white line---your quilting will no doubt cover it. I expect you to have that done immediately---definitely by the time I see you next week!

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  13. I have been wondering about the frixion pens...especially worried about them on white. Have you had a good experience with them? Do the marks really come out?

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  14. Love it!!! Love the simplicity, love the blocks, love the fabric, love the back!! This one is going in my "file" for a future grandbaby quilt!!

    Blessings

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  15. I love how it came out, reminds me of a bandana quilt, perfect for the little cowboy.

    Debbie

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  16. I had forgotten about your cowboy quilts. It looks great with so many fun cowboy fabrics. Your nephews will have a great time checking out all the prints.

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  17. What a great quilt! It shows off the cowboy fabrics very well. I can't wait to see the other one :0)

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  18. That's an amazing quilt - so vibrant and fun. Looking forward to seeing photos of little cowboys with their quilts. Gabe

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  19. Spectacular! I love what you created. You are such a fun, happy quilter!

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  20. It's a rootin' tootin' success! Any little cowpoke would be proud to own that quilt!

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  21. Git along, little doggies! Very cool quilt for a little cowpoke!

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  22. Love it, and the back, too! :o)

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  24. That will make one kid very, very happy!!

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  25. The quilt is adorable. Bet it feels good to have it done.
    So bummed that I missed so much blog time lately, but my computer was sick.

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  26. Woohoo, congratulations on your finish! A wonderful quilt!

    Love that border quilting design.

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  27. Yee haw for the finish oin the cowboy quilt! Love the cables on the red and white.

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