Thursday, May 23, 2013

Down to the Borders & Beyond!

Guess what I finished today!!

One baby quilt quilted -- One more to go for tomorrow ---

I have a feeling that Quilt-Cam is going to be a Binding-Fest!

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  1. I love getting to the binding, cause then I am nearly done. ( and on to another quilt LOL).
    Happy stitching

  2. Cant wait to see !!


  3. Yaaayyy that's awesome Bonnie... feels so good to get a project completed!!


  4. Hi There,Love the traditional colors!!!There's a very homely look about this quilt!!!I love it!!!

  5. A friend has requested a baby quilt in shades of gray and lemon yellow (yes,unusual to say the least). She loves chevron fabrics but I haven't found them locally and need to get started on her quilt NOW. I'm considering "making" chevron fabric in a scrap quilt. I have lots of good quality shirt fabric; any suggestions on a pattern? I plan to applique her son's name across the bottom of the quilt as I have done in other baby quilts. Thanks for a suggested pattern.

  6. Would love to have that poster size to put in my longarm room! How true it is, especially on a customer quilt.

    Carole D

  7. Sorry I am new, what is QuiltCam? I would like to visit tonight. Thanks

    1. I turn on the live web cam in my studio while working on my projects....come back at 9pm Eastern, and click the arrow on the screen to start the feed. Previous camera feeds can me found on my youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/quiltville

      Or I also have them on my pinterest boards so you can pin them if you wish: http://pinterest.com/bonniekhunter/quiltvilles-quilt-cam/



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