Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Evening of power sewing

Here is where I was with the small Carolina Chain blocks last week.  I decided to stop making blocks and keep it a small lap quilt.
  Link to earlier post is here.....big version and the start of the smaller size blocks.






  I cut a few strips of the dark batik as the inner border.  While digging through a stack of scraps earlier, I found some pieced bands that were left over from other projects.  I kept digging until I found just enough to string together and use for the second border band.  An added bonus....waste not!  Finding those bands speeded up the process.  So far, so good.









  And it all came
 together with an additional dark strip on the outer edge!












Then a little breeze came up, but I really like it anyway.
 











  Not quilted yet.....but soon to be.  Not named yet.....but bound to be.  Just add it to my Year of Florals....destined to be one of my favorites.

   A little power sewing sure can go a long way to relieve a little stress, resolve a design issue, and turn into something you love.    Happy power sewing!

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilt and I am always amazed at how neat your watercolor quilts are!

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  2. Oh, now I love the setting of this. Your watercolor quilts always amaze.

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  3. Oh this is so pretty Debbie! The border is perfect.

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  4. You Go Girl!! It is a wonderful quilt. Love all the colors!

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  5. Sometimes there's just one word....GORGEOUS!

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