I finished binding my Ohio Star yesterday. I mentioned when I quilted it that this was a discounted kit and that I took the fabric and designed my own quilt rather than using the pattern that came with it. I also fussy cut those star centers and the cornerstones.
Brief instructions are on my website.
I finished stitching the Ladybug Drunkard’s Path binding today just in time to head off to watch the Lightning play. It’s my 9th UFO finish for the year.
And this little Coins doll quilt was finished a couple days ago.
These little Strippies are perfect for trying new quilting designs. Getting some inspiration from my books …
And Finn kept me company while I bound them.
I’m not really doing much … a little binding, 15 minutes of sewing on the machine, lots of rest. The little doll quilt is bound which just leaves the binding on the monster strippie left to stitch down.
These pieces were leftover from my 16 patch and pinwheel quilt from 2011 and it feels good to put them to use after almost 7 years! I hate wasting fabric. I don’t like ruler work on the longarm but I love the look of cross hatching and doing it on these doll quilts on my regular sewing machine
I ﬁnally got a photo of the little tumbler doll quilt I got bound before I went to Mom’s last week. It’s a small ﬁnish but it counts as my 8th UFO ﬁnish for the year.
Just a small finish … the RWB doll quilt. Crosshatching done on my Elna.
Moving my way down the list … this Heartstrings quilt of mine is bound! Panto is Fern Gully and it’s UFO #6 finished for the year.