zondag 23 mei 2010

One step from finishing

The last weeks I spend most of my quilting time at my 1930's quilt, at least every day 1 or 2 hours. I bought the top almost a year ago at the Quiltshow in Issequa (near Seattle), and with help from Dieuwke and Willemijn, we quilted it again, all hand-quilting. Although this quilt was never quilted, because it was used as a summerquilt. No batting just a brown back, that I removed. And now sunday 23 Mai 2010 at 13.20 I finished the quilting part. Tomorrow I will start with the binding, so end of the week, a second quilt to add at Caro's Recycled Antique Quilt Collection. Well don't worry project no. 3 and 4, a logcabin (1900) and Ronda's quilt (1940) are waiting to be finished.

4 opmerkingen:

Petra zei

Wat een prachtige quilt om te zien en wat leuk dat je, door er samen aan te werken, de geschiedenis van deze quilt weer groter en specialer hebt gemaakt.

Nana's Quilts zei

Prachtig! It really looks lovely. Did you use muslin for the back - I cannot remember? What will you use for binding? (Oh we want all the details!) :-)

Jantine zei

wat een schitterende quilt, zou graag het quiltwerk van dichterbij bekijken...

Joke zei

Wat schitterend, Caroline!