Thursday, October 22, 2015

Friday Finishes

Back in January I deicided to take a break from quilting on the frame.  Feathers and ruler work require lots planning and marking.  I was sick of it!  Well my quilty groove is back.  Today I feel like quilting every quilt top in my Studio.  I know this feeling will soon pass, but if feels good at the moment.  Here's the little quilt (48x48) I designed a few weeks ago for my new granddaughter.  She was born last Sunday.  It may be a little to fancy and white for a newborn but what the heck.
  

If you look closely you can still see my blue markings.  Most longarm quilting gals can remember their quilting designs without needing to mark, I'm not quite that talented.  


The best thing about feather quilting....THE BACK!  Two quilts in one.


Oh yes there's more quilt finishes.  I'm so glad this one is done and can be shipped far, far away from my studio.  Not one of my favorite quilts or color pallet, but the grandkids will love it.

  
Here's a shot of the back, it's ugly also.


This ugly fabric just keeps multiplying....so I made another quilt.  The backing is just more of the ugly stuff.


A couple of reversible treat bags.  They're identical, I reversed one so you could see the inside fabric.


Everything is washed and ready to ship to the young'ens. 


I'm linking up at the following places



~ Lea Anne ~
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18 comments:

  1. I love the new born quilt. It's gorgeous. That witches fabric is great and just right for trick and treat bags xx

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  2. a real beauty for a new baby and you have been busy on that machine, lots of good makes

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  3. The new baby quilt is lovely, beautiful fabrics and oh the quilting. The Halloween fabric is perfect for the bags. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Love the quilting on the baby quilt. Congrats on your finishes!!!

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  5. The baby quilt and finish is beautiful - the baby will grow into it and it's a keep-sake for life :)

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  6. You certainly do have your quilting groove on! the baby quilt is gorgeous!! You family will love all the love in the quilts and treat bags too- great job!

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  7. What a lucky baby - that quilt is amazing! You did a great job on the 'ugly' projects, too - they don't look ugly to me at all!

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  8. Well how lucky is the baby that you got quilting again?! The quilt is gorgeous - I am new to longarm quilting so haven't yet attempted something like this - blue marks or not!! As for the hallowe'en items - my girls would love them.

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  9. Congratulations on new new grandbaby! Those feathers are amazing! Thanks for linking up with TGIFF.

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  10. Some stunning fmq here love, and your baby quilt is gorgeous!

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  11. Congrats on the birth of your new granddaughter! I love the sweet quilt you made for her. The quilting is gorgeous!

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  12. The baby quilt is absolutely gorgeous.

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  13. It always feels so good to get some tops quilted up!

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  14. beautiful work! Did you know that you inspire people? You do. Actually I used to follow about 100 blogs, now I follow exactly 3. And out of those 3, yours is my favorite.

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  15. love the baby quilt! Those corner feather treatments are so unusual and beautiful. A photo of this is going in my inspiration book. Hope you don't mind me using it someday :)

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  16. Lea Anne, I see nothing but talent when I look at your quilting! The baby quilt is stunning! I really like what you did IV the border of Halloween#1. Thanks for linking up.

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  17. The baby quilt is spectacular! The Halloween quilt is fun and they won't care about the back. Looks like you made a little dent to be quilted pile.

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