About Me

My photo
Mom of five lovely daughters, wife of one dashing man. Born in Utah, grew up in Oregon, live in Georgia.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

On a roll

Lately I have been on a "finish it" kick-- putting the finishing touches on projects that have been hanging over my head for way too long. (Which happen to be mostly binding quilts). Yesterday and today I put the binding on my sawtooth star quilt. I hand sewed the binding on this one and am so happy with how it turned out!!! Now, I'm totally motivated to finish up the other projects I have in the works.


11 comments:

Lacey Evanson Stewart said...

Your quilt is beautiful. I cannot believe you only have 8 weeks left, you look great! It was nice to get to know you all at the wedding and we hope all is well. check out our blog. stewandlacey.blogspot.com

Lacey
(Jessie's sister)

Rachel said...

Hmm... nesting, maybe??

That quilt is absolutely phenomenal!

Abbi said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!! You did an amazing job! You are so talented in so many things. I bet it feels so good to get so many things finished. Well done!

Michelle Pyne said...

Woooohoooo! It is finished, and it looks great! You are a binding expert now. On to the next project!

Kami said...

Looks great! Good job!

Kimberlie said...

It looks amazing. Look at those perfect lines. I have a couple of quilts that need binding. I'll put them in the mail today ;)! I knew that when you mentioned your "mile" long list of things to do, I thought I'm sure she'll finish it all!

Jen said...

I just love the color on that thing. Fantastic job.

MiandMiksmom said...

You've been getting so much done! I just caught up on all your posts. I really, really, really wanted to give you a shower. I don't know if you got my email awhile ago. I'm just excited for you!

Michelle said...

That quilt is amazing! I love it. You are very talented!

Stacey said...

I think the nesting has kicked in to get those projects done! Don't we wish we had those instinct's when we aren't pregnant? We would be so productive all the time wouldn't we?!

Elaine said...

Two peas in a pod, you and your mom, keep passing his wonderful talent down through the generations. Out of 5 girls you have pretty good odds that one or more will pick up your love and talent for quilting.