Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Mini Quilts and Bindings.

Well, no holes in my fingers YET!!
 
Managed to get the bindings on these mini's over the weekend and yesterday.
All these mini's have been quilted by Katrina , at Katrina's Quilting.
Don't they look fab!!!






 
Have also made a start on the big ones.
The binding is done on this big one, but l have not taken a photo yet.
Karen, over at Quilts On Bastings, who  machine quilted this for me,
 does have photo's of the quilting if you want to pop over and have a look.
Once again, she has done a wonderful job.
 
 
3 mini's to go, and 2 large ones.
Well, till l pick up the next batch!!
 
Off to do some more stitching.
Thanks for visiting.
Linda.
 
 


18 comments:

  1. Love your mini's! I love anything red & white. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  2. Cute and the table runner looks great!

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  3. Love, love, love all your quilts! Gorgeous!

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  4. You are coming right along! Looks like you do well under pressure! I just made a post on my blog today about the same thing...quilts show coming up? I better get busy! Can't wait to see all your pictures from your show. It will be outstanding as always. These are stunning on your post today!

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  5. They are so BEAUTIFUL so GORGEOUS. I think i need to start one immediately!!!!! I have collected a lot of reds ......

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  6. I am in awe of your gorgeous mini quilts. The bigger ones are gorgeous too.

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  7. omg these are wonderful! makes me want to go make another red and white mini!!!!!
    I spent a bit of time looking at my pictures from the exhibit again yesterday.....see your having an influence again :)
    Kathie

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  8. gorgeous for certain...love that little red/white tree of life...

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  9. The quilting is so textural. Do you know what batt she used?

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  10. Looking forward to seeing all these lovely pieces at the show.

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  11. Yes, they do look fab! I can't believe you don't have holes in the finger, though. You must use a thimble? I don't and when I sew bindings my second finger gets really sore. The back of the needle winds up making a hole. Ouch.

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  12. oh WOW Linda, what gorgeous quilts, you must be thrilled!! i can't wait to see them up close, it's going to a fabulous QITB!! cheers...Marian

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  13. Woo-Hoo!! Way to get a lot done!! Love the quilts!

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