Saturday, September 13, 2008

Grandma's quilt finished :)

I have another finish, yay! I had completed the top of this quilt I think about 6 month ago? I sent it out to be quilted, and got it back 2 weeks ago, so I finished up the binding on this, and it is ready to mail to Grandma, it's in the washing machine right now. It is huge, I like to make sure the quilt really fits on the bed :) The colors were chosen by my Grandma, I just got to make it.
I am so excited to have this finished up!!
I also sewed this table runner last night, and put the binding on it today. It is made from a Moda charm pack, it turned out very cute. And it will be what we are making for the upcoming quilt classes at church for September and October. The pattern is from Anka's Treasures, Little Charmers 2.
Curren was putting on a parade for us, I thought this picture was kind of fun!
Hope you are enjoying your weekend.

21 comments:

Rowyn said...

Wow, your quilt and tablerunner are both stunning. Congrats on two wonderful finishes.

Courtney said...

my favorite part of your quilt finish photos are of your "floating heads" family!! so hilarious!!

Curren's little head is so cute!!

Chiloe said...

You are so talented: your quilt are always very beautiful !!!

Kathy A. said...

That is such a beautiful quilt. Your grandma's color choice is so nice.
Hurray to Curran for carrying the Red, White and Blue!!!

Jennifer said...

Impressive finish - it's LOVELY!

Nic said...

Your finishes are lovely! And your grandmother has excellent colour sense, the quilt looks great!

Just Jenn said...

You are so prolific! If only I could keep up. Love the table runner and Grannie's quilt is impressive too. =)

Andrea said...

You do a great job with you enrichment activities!

Love that picture of Curren.

Vonna said...

I just love the pictures of your family's heads peeking at the top of the finished quilts and this one is no exception! And you just sewed that table runner up, huh?! I'd be kicking and swearing if I were to be doing it :o) It looks gorgeous! Every little thing!
Can I add Curren to my Liberty Town :)))))

staci said...

Your grandmother is going to LOVE that quilt! Congrats! And that is a darling tablerunner...wanna whip me up one too, lol!

Katrina said...

Gorgeous quilt for your grandma! I love it and the tablerunner. The new blog look is great too :-).

Kendra said...

Love the Log Cabin quilt for Grandma! The color scheme looks an awful lot like the mattress pinkeep I stitched up for you earlier this year! :-)

Barbara said...

Wowser, that's a gorgeous (and HUGE) quilt for your grandma! And I love your table runner!

Sonda in OR said...

WOW that quilt is awesome. Let me know when you're ready for me to pick out my fabric...LOL! What a great picture of Curren.

Marie-P said...

Wow, love the quilt! Your table runner is wonderful, I just purchased some Moda Christmas charm packs maybe I should make a runner.
Boy that is one big flag that Curren is displaying, too cute.

Ruth Rachel Vendsel said...

Great pictures! Congrats on that HUGE quilt, it's fantastic! And I love that fall table runner, so cute.

Lennu said...

What a cute photo, the last one I mean :) The quilt is gorgeous, it's huge and so beautiful! I LOVE the table runner, the colours are so pretty and you've done wonderful job with it.

Bliss said...

The quilt is gorgeous. So is the kid on the bike. LOL

Pippilotta said...

Hello,

you do wonderful work!

Thank you for sharing your pictures with me. You seem to be as busy with all the things you do, as I am.

My to do lists are often longer than my time is.

Greetings from Germany,

Marion

MYRA said...

That is one awesome quilt you made for your grandmother! Wow! I love the movement in it... Great colors! 8-)
Your table runner is adorable! Very nice. I managed to find your Holly Jolly quilt. Adorable! Love the look of the candy cane bits in the sashing, and looking at your binding, I think I picked right for mine... Now, if I can find some fabric for my boarders...
Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting!
Happy stitchings!

MysteryKnitter said...

I am sure your grandma loves the quilt.