Friday, January 22, 2016

It's Fri-Day!

Now it is fully complete! I opted for a muslin binding



I used a few different background pieces as I think it ages the quilt nicely. I still can't get enough of Sharon's beautiful quilting.


 Mostly I'm plugging away for an hour or so in the evening handquilting. 
 I haven't had time this week to do any more than sew on the binding. Looking forward to the weekend!!
And if you are interested, here is my Instagram feed for this week.

Have a wonderful weekend!!

25 comments:

  1. Sharon's quilting is perfect for your beautiful Delectable Mountains quilt. It's gorgeous! I love, love, love your applique quilt,too. The hand quilting is beautiful. Both quilts have a delightful Vintage look.

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  2. it's beautiful and perfect...the muslin binding allows the sawtooth border to float, a very distinctive effect....very nice!

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  3. Sharon's quilting is beautiful--wonderful quilt. Wish I could sit and hand quilt with you!

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  4. A beautiful classic quilt. Looks like a heirloom for sure.

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  5. Oh my God....this quilt is incredible and I love the soft blue you used ! Sharon's quilting is awesome !
    Congrats too for your quilting ! Your stitches are beautiful !!
    I wish you a lovely weekend Lori !

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  6. That quilting is superb! She did a fantastic job!

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  7. OMG! I LOVE your blue and white quilt!! Just beautiful!! I"m with Barbara B - I wish I could sit and hand quilt with you too!!!

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous, Lori! It must make your heart sing to have this finished so beautifully! Love your hand-quilted project, too!

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  9. beautiful quilting!! both hand and machine.
    I know your quilt will sell for sure it is so timeless and gorgeous!

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  10. WOW!! DDG! Love them both! You are on a roll!

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  11. Yep, Sharon's quilting is just as spectacular as the quilt itself. I love that you used different shades of muslin for the background - it DEFINITELY ages the entire quilt!

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  12. Love Both Quilts! Your handquilting on the applique quilt is beautiful!

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  13. A classic, timeless quilt, Lori! Your placement of slightly different background fabric here and there is an excellent touch!
    Sharon is so good at those feathers--they seem to flow effortlessly through the quilt.
    I admire your hand quilting. Heirloom in the works!

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  14. Time to sit and Bind is a Luxury! I love to do that. Gotta get some finishes so I can sit and stitch bindings. Thanks for sharing the close-ups!

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  15. The finished quilt is beautiful. Hard to give it up! I love the photo on IG of Porter lolling on the red white quilt on the bed! So far that s mo's last frontier. He s not allowed on my bed

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  16. I like that you chose to do the muslin binding, I think most would have gone with the blue but your choice was perfect.

    Your hand quilting is to be envied!

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  17. A gorgeous quilt! And the machine quilting, just amazing!

    Love your hand quilting, you have so much patience.

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  18. Gorgeous quilt finish Lori, wonderful design.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  19. Your Delectable Mt. Quilt is just lovely.

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  20. Congrats! The muslin binding looks so wonderful!! I don't know that I've actually bound anything with muslin though! Glad you're getting in some good hand quilting time. Your stitches are beautiful. Have a good weekend!

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  21. Simply gorgeous Lori!! You're making wonderful progress on your applique quilt.. it's going to be stunning!

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  22. This pattern is on my bucket list. I love the classic look to it and the quilting does finish it off beautifully.:)

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  23. This is a beautiful quilt. Love that shade of blue. The handquilting is beautiful too.

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  24. Beautiful work, Lori, all of it, love the handquilting!

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