Quilting Status July 15, 2016

My quilting status July 15, 2016 is as follows:

On The Go Quilting – Quilting in the van!

Daughter’s Quilt – I used the Timeless Treasures Tonga Treats Batiks Bouquet collection fabric in 6in strips and Michael Miller Fairy Frost fabric (backing) to create this beautiful one of a kind quilt.  The quilt is almost complete.  I finished free motion quilting and sewing the binding fabric to the front.  Now I am hand sewing the binding to the back of the quilt.  Then label the quilt and wash it!

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The Cross – I am still binding this quilt.  It seems to take a back seat to any other new project.

Fall Challenge Quilt – The 9 patch blocks are half sewn and the whole blocks are complete.  I am almost ready to set this project aside!  Yay!

 

Green Love – The Fall Quilt Challenge took longer than I thought this week.  The Green Love is ready to start. The only problem is that I may be changing my design!

 

 

At Home Machine Quilting  –

Ribbon Star Quilt – The fabric is from the Stonehenge Land of the Free Collection and Kona Snow fabric using Missouri Star Quilt Company’s Ribbon Star pattern and instructions.  I made progress on this quilt top.  I am complete with the first step of the block.  Now I am adding the white triangles to the smaller block.  I actually finished one block in order to get a feel of the finished product.  I think I am going to like this one!  I moved this project to the house.  This pattern requires a lot of ironing the many seams, so it works better at home.

 

 

Organic Flowers – This quilt is complete through Free Motion quilting!  I machined sewed the binding to the front and have to hand sew the binding to the back.  It will move to On The Go Quilting as soon as there is room.

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Binding Tool Star King  – I have nicknamed this quilt, the Monster.  I will try and come up with a better name.  It is huge!  The Free motion quilting is very challenging on this quilt due to its size.

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I promise more pictures next time!  Until then, happy quilting to you!

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