Working on the vulture quilt
I'm late posting today. Yesterday was dyeing day and I didn't really work on anything. But I've been in the sewing room for a while today so far and I'm making progress on the borders of the vulture quilt.
I've gotten the top and bottom borders on (see the dark brown narrow sashing) and I've trimmed the side borders.
My friend gave me all of her leftover stamped fabrics so I'm now working on the 4 corner blocks. When I get this done I'll do a post to tell you more about the quilt and how I added the borders.
My goal is to get this dome this weekend. I have some errands to run tomorrow but I can spend the rest of my free time working to get this done. If I have time I'll pull fabric for my next set of placemats.
1/27/2022 05:52:27 pm
that's cute - I tried some fabric stamps/paint on fabric years ago but never got into it
1/28/2022 07:49:14 am
That striped border is fabulous! Those stamped blocks are very cool!
1/28/2022 08:04:25 am
I will be interested to read how you are adding the borders. From what I see, it appears similar to how I join quilted sections on my quilts.
1/28/2022 11:01:13 am
Oh that is too fun!
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