Finishing up March

A few goals to finish out the month — a couple to bind, a couple to quilt, and I need to finish the top in progress on the design wall.

Today I worked on binding. This HeartStrings  top (pieced by May) is finished and the second is in progress.

10 Responses to “Finishing up March”

  • Marilyn:

    I absolutely love your stripey bindings. They just POP

  • Kay:

    Thank you so much for doing these quilts. I love your stripey bindings and have started incorporating them on the children’s quilts I do for our prayer quilt group. I also have to admit that I now love to hand finish the back of the bindings. It gives me so much peace in the world’s stresses.

  • Pat Chubb:

    I have to say AMEN to the ladies above about the stripey bindings. I especially keep my eyes peeled for stripey fabric on sale now – and if it’s diagonal stripe – bonus!

  • I bound one, and put another heartstrings on the frame to quilt. I had 4 to finish, and 2 down!!! I use scrappy bindings most of the time. When I have binding left over from projects, I sew them to this big roll I have, so i always have a bunch made up. They work well for the strings.

  • Wow, I love the yellow and red borders: they pull the entire quilt together.

  • Gail:

    I’m another that loves the stripe binding.

  • anna:

    I love your string quilts- They are so fun looking- the seaweed design really adds movement to the quilt. You are one busy lady and must feel happy at the things that you have accomplished.
    I do stop and read your blog often – just not much time to comment.

  • Beautiful quilt. Love heart string quilts and love the stripey binding on this one!
    I read you blog daily. I should comment more often, forgive me, but please know that I enjoy your blog very much.

  • Donna O:

    I love the color combinations of this quilt and the simplicity of using the same scraps to make the blocks. I’ll be on the lookout for stripe binding as well.

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