Wednesday, March 25, 2015

A Few Finishes

I had these all quilted, binding on and ready to hand sew. Now they are DONE!

my sample from Sujata's book, Cultural Fusion

Small version of Market Day by Pam Buda

Folksy Christmas by Cheri

Fun pumpkin quilt made by Barb Veddar, finished by me.

My stars in a time warp- green calico/ditsy prints.

Happy Wednesday!

37 comments:

  1. BINDING BLITZ!! What a lovely group of quilts!!

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  2. Congratulations on the finishes! (Isn't Sujata's book fun?!!

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  3. Yay, those little quilts are all adorable. You must be smiling now that they are done. That first one is extra special, is that a 'root connection' technique?

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  4. Seeing your Folksy Christmas makes me wonder if I quilted the one I made. I can't remember.
    I like small seasonal quilts. Easy to display. I don't know anything about cultural fusion. I will have to do some reading.

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  5. Great little finishes! What a nice feeling!

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  6. Lovely colour in Cultural fusion quilt. Great idea to make a mini instead of a whole bed or lap quilt. You still have the fun experience but so much easier to store and display.

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  7. Beautiful finishes Lori -- loving the variety. Thanks for sharing and congrats!!

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  8. Fantastic. You are making great head ways. Love the Santa. As always can't wait for your next post.

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  9. Great finishes ! Bravo Lori ;)
    And your stars are lovely too !!

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  10. Love them! I need to get back to my sewing room right after exercise!

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  11. Great finishes, and I love those calico stars.

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  12. Look at you go! Some very fun finishes.
    And I am drooling over the star on the right--love that center fabric. : )

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  13. A few fantastic finishes if you ask me. Your fabric choices for the cultural fusion quilt make it sing. Love them all!

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  14. I did not see the pumpkin at first. Then I read your caption. The black tumblers look a bit like the red plastic cups that are so popular at keg parties. That would make him a really fun pumpkin. Perhaps I spend too much time on college campuses.

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  15. Well done, Lori! What a great group of finishes!

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  16. Wow, that's a lot of binding! I love them all and your stars too.

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  17. Such fun little quilts Great finish!

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  18. Beautiful quilts, always love your style and fabric choices.

    Debbie

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  19. Love all your quilts, but my favorite would be Cheri's as her patterns I die for...you did a beautiful job!

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  20. You have been busy! Love them all! Your sample quilt from my book will always remind me of the place it originated for you.
    :-)

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  21. Beautiful! Inspiration for me to finish several UFOs! The Market Day is amazing!

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  22. So many wonderful quilts. You are ready for some Holidays for sure.

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  23. Love the sample from Sujata's book especially. There's just something about strings and scraps.:)

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  24. Lots of darling little quilts and I love the fabrics in your stars!

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  25. que divertidos los pequeños edredones!!!!
    la calabaza me fascina......
    las telas de las estrellas preciosos
    saludos

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  26. Congratulations, Lori!! You need to take a vacation now. I love each and every one of your quilts.

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  27. You really have achieved a lot. Love them all.

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  28. You have been working hard! Love the Market day best!

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  29. You have been working hard! Love the Market day best!

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  30. Wow, congratulations! They are great quilts, do you sleep, ever??

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  31. Love your Market Day and tumbler pumpkin.

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  32. Loved the "Little Quilt" Show. Thanks for sharing. They are all adorable. Jealous of your trip to France. Can't wait to hear all about it!

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  33. Congratulations on all three! Must be wonderful to have so many finishes... I can only dream of that ...;-)!

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  34. Wow - you are always on a roll! Love all of your little quilts! But, I really love your time warp stars. That pink is my very favorite pink fabric - I hoard it!

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