How To Get Viagra Prescription in New Orleans Louisiana Now that I am gradually coming out of my lull (read more about that in opcje binarne bot random musings) I can finally reveal what I’ve managed to accomplish since the last finished Quilt post. You already saw Anna and Elsa and the other baby Quilts as well as the pillows I made from my left over scraps from piecing and binding the Chevron Quilt. In addition, I did mention a couple of posts back that I completed my Quilt as you go Queen size Quilt and you know I completed the chevron and Nautical quilts.
http://www.mylifept.com/?refriwerator=marketsworld-erfahrungen&160=64 The other weekend I managed to take another http://libraryinthesky.org/?bioeser=agencia-oportunidad-para-solteros&b8b=51 trip to the park to photograph the finished quilts. However, it was a very sunny morning and the pictures could be better but I thought I got some decent ones to share certainly beats taking them in my poorly lit home.
get link Meanwhile, I had another opportunity this weekend to photograph the quilts in a more appropriate location but I haven’t gotten round to editing these new pictures. I’d rather not delay this post much longer so I have decided to show you the photos in two different posts (You can never have too many Quilt photos or can you?) And now i’ll just get right to those pictures! 🙂
Quilt- as – you – Go Quilt
http://www.turkceodev.com/maxaon/4476 I already showed the front but with the backing and binding now on, it certainly deserves another reveal.
You already know how much I enjoyed making this and It was definitely a challenge basting and quilting this project as a whole. I learnt one or two things that I will share in the next Quilting Process post. Bottom line is that I am extremely pleased with the way it turned out!
From the last post on opzioni binarie price action Nautical, I did get lots of suggestions on the backing option but in the absence of more of the bright orange, enough of the teal, a pieced backing was the best choice. I was fortunate enough to get more of that anchor fabric so here’s what I did for the backing. For the Quilting I decided to freestyle and by tackling each section at a time, it was easy to let the quilt top dictate which way to go. I echoed-in, stippled, quilted some borders in the ditch and a wavy shell-like design on the final border. oh I made my first attempt at feather (if you can call it that but that was totally my intention) on the mitered border.
I used a variegated orange Aurifil thread for the quilting can’t remember the number now but it’s from the Tula Pink collection.
For the binding I went with the lighter blue and because I have recently fallen in love with machine binding using decorative stitches I went with burnt orange thread for the binding with my stitch length set to 3.
There’s been a couple of posts about this one and you can find the latest opzioni binarie tassazione here. I already decided on the backing fabric for this quilt before I even finalized where I was heading with it, simply a match made in quilty heaven 🙂
For the binding the floral print that I initially considered for a border came in handy and it works better here than in the border.
Finally, I will work on those other photos and share accordingly as this post has turned out longer than anticipated…blame it on the excitement! Anyway, I have enjoyed sharing every process of completing these quilts and I really appreciate all your wonderful inputs and encouraging comments so cheers to y’all! What have you been up to or recently completed…I want to read all about them in your comments. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the rest of your week. It’s my last week at work before my relocation all things being equal so yay!