Sunday, March 13, 2016

Slow Stitching Sunday - Binding

Today I am finishing the binding on a small quilt made from blocks that six of us swapped in Shipshewana a couple of years ago. We called ourselves Six Shipshe Swappers. Can you say that three times correctly? You can see the whole top in my last post.

I spent Thursday and Friday at the Sleep At Home Retreat at The Quilted Cottage and finished sewing the latest Whatnots project, a little table runner.

Last November the gals at the Jane Stickle Retreat in Shipshewana had a siggie block swap. That is now in top form.

I finished another table runner made from a kit. This one might make it done before Easter. I want to add a little border around it to make it a tad larger. It will have wool noses and button eyes added after quilting.

After sorting through some of my patterns and kits and I noticed I bought this runner as a kit with pattern and also as a pattern alone. So I will gladly send the extra pattern to someone who leaves a comment by Wednesday, March 16th.

And finally, here are the latest Circa 2016 blocks from the sew along at Temecula Quilts.

Linking up with Kathy for her Slow Sunday Stitching.


Karen in Breezy Point said...

Your little Easter Runner is very cute! I buy doubles of patterns occasionally also--that must mean we like the pattern! Those little blocks are so sweet!

Jennifer said...

You have been very busy. Love all your project. I would love the Easter bunny/carrot runner pattern.

Jennifer said...

All your projects are beautiful. I would love to have the bunny/carrot pattern as it is so perfect for spring/Easter.

Kyle said...

It helps to get together with friends to accomplish a lot, always lovely projects.

Nancy said...

I love your carrots and bunnies. And your Circe 2016 blocks. The colors are beautiful.
--Nancy. (ndmessier @,

Debra @ Life is a Stitch said...

Lots of accomplishments in your quilting! I'm not being as productive, but I'd love the little pattern! 'Cause I need another project to start. LOL
Thanks for sharing!!

Chopin - A Passionate Quilter said...

You have been a busy busy lady - projects look great!