...and not eating bon-bons.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Waste Knot Quilt Top and French General

FINALLY, I am sending my Waste Knot quilt top to the long arm quilter. I am really happy with the pieced border and all the lovely 20's and 30's reproduction fabrics showcased within each block. One UFO (Unfinished Project) or PhD (Projects half Done) complete and checked off the list. Hooray!

Over the last 12 years I have been sewing and quilting and collecting all sorts of fabric from brights to 20's/30's repro to civil war and a ton of children's novelty prints. I have made too many pillowcases to count (tutorial here), lots of doll clothes, a few quilts, and several table runners. My newest discovery is French General fabric by Moda. It has been around for a few years but their latest line is called Petite Prints. I love the colors and style of the prints which would look great in my home. I foresee a new collection for me. This one would look great as a border for a table runner.

And here is a quilt made with French General fabric by Heidi-Idy at Heidi-Idy's Happenings 'n Stuff...

Happy quilting!

Julie B.

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