A Pantload of Finishes!

If you’re looking for the giveaway post, it’s here!

As I mentioned, I was able to get a lot done at the retreat this Saturday, but not a lot finished.  Well, I powered through last night (in the absence of new episodes of my TV shows) and knocked out 3 finishes!  First up is the Terrain Tessellations Tablerunner:

I made this using the Little Twister tool on a charm park of Kate Spain Terrain fabric and Kona White. The HST border is made of the buffalo bits from the Leaf Me Alone quilt finished earlier this year.  It’s straight-line quilted since the fabric does all the work here. This tablerunner is for me! Even if I don’t know where to put it yet, but looking at it makes me happy.

Next up is Lindy, a baby quilt:

Lindy may look familiar because she is made from the buffalo bits of the Lavender Kiss quilt. She’s 36×40″, and currently for sale in my etsy shop. She’s straight-line quilted in the center, and machine bound:
 And finally, here is Betsy:
Betsy is so named because I kept thinking of “Birdie” when I was making this quilt, and that is what Don Draper sometimes calls Betty on Mad Men, and I am tremendously excited for that show to be back on the air.

Betsy was made from a panel of Chirp! fabric by Robert Kaufman and lots of little scrappy bits from my stash (I got to use layer cake squares and 3 1/2″ squares and strings!). Very exciting.  Betsy is also for sale in my etsy shop.

4 thoughts on “A Pantload of Finishes!

  1. I love the Terrain Tesselations Tablerunner. That line of fabric just makes me smile, too. I just finished a quilt top from it and can’t wait to quilt it and put it on the bed.

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