Friday, August 31, 2007

binding


3 binding strips ready

for 3 completed quilt tops.

any guesses on what I will be doing this weekend?

Have a happy and safe Labor Day. See ya' on Tuesday.

thanks for all of your concern regarding my son. he is doing just fine. his tongue is quickly healing up.

22 comments:

HobbyMommy said...

Nice Quilts! Have fun with the bindings!!

Anina said...

Oooooooh! Now I see what you need help with. (I'm a really good pinner) Have fun with that.

Clair said...

If I don't make it to RF on Sunday, it would be fun if you brought one of your quilts to the Labor Day get together. I like the pink and white quilt better than I thought I would.

autum said...

Wow! That's a lot of binding. Have fun and happy weekend!!

j said...

mmmm... those quilts are so yummy!!

Chara Michele said...

Oh such pretty bindings! :) How long does it normally take you to make a quilt? It seems like you make them so quickly!

Sarah said...

I can't wait to see the finished quilts!

Your creations are amazing. I only recently found your blog, and I've gone through your entire archives to ogle all your lovely quilted items.

flippytale Quilter (Christine) said...

Your little binding rolls look good enough to eat!

lera said...

Enjoy your weekend. I hope it's productive, because I can't wait to see them!

CONNIE W said...

Sewing on bindings -- do you use a walking foot or a regular foot? I'm glad his tongue is healing up.

erin said...

you are going to have a fun weekend!

Beth said...

I'm behind on my blog reading. You've been very busy and have done a great job keeping up with the alphabet posts. I haven't been so good about it. :) Your quilt tops are beautiful!

Katie Jean said...

wow look at you go! Good luck!

Linda said...

I too am looking forward to having some quality time with my machine this weekend. I'd be hard pressed to get three of them bound in one weekend, though. Can't wait to see them finished!
I'm also glad that Zach's tongue is healing up quickly. Poor kid, I still shudder when I think about it.

sulu-design said...

Binding THREE quilts?!? If only that stuff worked on tongues! So sorry to hear what happened, but glad to hear that each time you had a mini-disaster, people came to help you. That's a good sign that you're in the right place.

Heidijayhawk said...

oooooooo! awesome! they are really lovely!

Empty Bobbin said...

Ohh, binding! Binding a quilt is probably my favorite part! Something about sitting under a quilt and just daydreaming/thinking is good for a person.

Can't wait to see what they look like.

Brigitta said...

had to catch up from q, but loved every letter, your mishaps sound so much like the things that would happen to me, especially the rain bit LOL
Your quilting is awesome, I'm starting my first course at last, on 26 september, can hardly wait :-)

Di said...

Three quilt tops is impressive!! I can't wait to see them finished!

carolyn said...

woah - you've been busy!?!?!!! three down, now you get to add three new projects to the lineup, right??? :)

Katherine said...

Wow! Your quilts are beautiful. I must admit I love getting a quilt to the binding stage...adding that last bit of beauty before being able to stand back and admire your hardwork. Have fun!

Roxanne said...

Ooh, looks like fun! Finishing a quilt has got to be so exciting! I don't recognize the dark one in the back...have you shown us that before?