Friday, November 7, 2014

Corner Applique

After taking in all the wonderful ideas and thinking it over I decided to go simple on the corner applique.   My thinking is this quilt can be used year around in my neutral colored living room if I stay away from "Christmasy" applique.  I love being able to change the look of the living room just by changing the accent colors.  In just a matter of minutes I can change the pillows, throws and few whatnot's and the room has a new look.  
I was trying to get this top done by today because I knew that after today my schedule was very busy for awhile.
 I've had some things on my mind lately that I'll share at a later date.  But I wanted to show you what happens when my mind gets cluttered with non-quilty thoughts.  Several of these scorched spots now decorate my pressing table.  Of course I just removed and cleaned this cover last week.   It's made from my favorite fabric and has been washed several times due to scorching.  I found some great tips on how to get rid scorching on fabric.  You can read them here.

~  Lea Anne ~

One more thing, Did you know Lori Holt is having a quilt along on her Instagram?  Oh it's a cutie and free!  Of course you'll need her Quilty Fun book for some of the blocks, but not all of them.  She's stitched up some new blocks patterns for free ----> Hop on over here for the fun!
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9 comments:

  1. Oh what a great way to finish the corners. The bows are perfect!!

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  2. that is beautiful! you are good girl! Wish i had your imagination.

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  3. Love the appliqué corners. :) The colours go perfectly together!

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  4. that is soo pretty ... and a great idea x may just be pinching it xx

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  5. I love the added applique. wow, for something so small it has a huge impact.

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  6. Beautiful touch. It's subtle and perfect.

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  7. That's a lovely way to treat the corners - just enough. Beautiful quilt too.

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  8. Love the bow accents on the corners! Nice way to finish it off.

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  9. I think that's a perfect finish for your quilt!

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