Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Weekday Sewing

Here's the top (pre-outer borders) that I'm making. 

To make this quilt top quicker I've taken over our downstairs. That way I can keep an eye on the dog or dinner and still sew!
In between the lodgy Country Comforts I sewed these bindings together.

And then got them on! 

Trying to stay focused and get the commissioned quilt top finished by the weekend!
I hope you are able to sew this week.




19 comments:

  1. Love the moose quilt. Is it all homespun and wool? You are using one of my favorite fabrics for binding, the red stripe. You are getting a lot accomplished. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. You have a bit of handwork to do in your future, Nice bindings! I know you can get your top done by the week-end! It's only Wednesday

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  3. Really cute Cabin in the woods quilt--I am loving those trees...hugs, Julierose

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  4. When I'm cooking, I do the same ! It's practical !
    Lovely quilt Lori ! Bravo !

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  5. Wonderful woodsy quilt! I'm impressed with how quickly you have pulled it together.
    Must be a good feeling to have those bindings on the little quilts all ready to stitch down.

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  6. You are moving right along, and it's looking great!

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  7. Wonderful quilt and I may have to start doing that if I want to get any quilting done.
    My room is too packed and tempting for a puppy mouth.

    Debbie

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  8. Nice work, Lori... I can't resist that cute little squirrel!!!! Looks like you are super busy!

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  9. I like the cabin block best. This quilt would make a nice quilt for a man or someone with a cabin or someone who wishes they had a cabin.
    I have not sewn yet today but have been looking at patterns and fabric in my sewing room.

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  10. What a fun cabin quilt!! Can't wait to see more of this one. All I can say about all those bindings is...BINDING BLITZ!!

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  11. I love your cabin quilt. You work so fast! Wow! Very well done too. It's now on my to-do list. :D

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  12. Nothing like a deadline, even self-imposed, to get a job done!

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  13. What is the name of the lodge quilt and where is it available for purchase? It is wonderful, I was looking for something like that for my DD and SIL when they got married. It would have been perfect. You are doing a great job on it, it is looking good. Looks like a lot of feet up time in front of the TV with all those pretty little quilts to bind!

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  14. great quilt! I like to use every room in the house for quilting ha ha

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  15. You are making great progress!

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  16. Fun to see your wonderful decorating with quilts! Good luck getting the quilt finished so you can get back to other fun stuff--like binding--lol! BTW, I received the stencils yesterday from The Stencil Company and they are wonderful. I can hardly wait to use the Baptist Fan stencil--thanks so much!!

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  17. Lori--I got my stencils today--they are so beautiful! Looking forward to using them soon.
    I especially like that big Baptist Fan one...thank you so much again!!
    hugs, Julierose

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  18. The quilt seems so perfect for a cabin or a guy...love the color and old look to it!

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