Friday, September 17, 2010

My Sewing Machine is Back!!!!

And yes, I did the happy dance!!!  Finished the little remaining quilting on this and whipped up the binding.  All I have left is to hand sew the binding down and wash off the marking lines.  These were Siggys from the Modern Siggy swap (first round) and they are going to live on my dining room wall!  I will post pictures when it is hanging!!

Also started a project that includes an Amy Butler print so I can participate in a contest next week.  It helps that it was something that I needed to do for my room update!!

Be sure to click on the sew & tell button to see all the other sew & tell finishes, and get details on the Amy Butler contest!!!

Blessings,

KT

12 comments:

  1. Yay I'm glad your machine has returned!!

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  2. I just enjoyed browsing through your posts! I was drawn to your blog by your pic that showed up on a comment you made over at Twin Fibers - I love that quilt! The colors are fantastic - nice and soft and relaxing. And I love your quilting on it best of all so thought it was kind of funny when I read that you will never do that again. It turned out beautifully, although I guess it was a royal pain?

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  3. I like the quilt. I saw it on Sew and Tell.

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  4. I'm glad you got your machine back. I love the quilt. You did a great job.

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  5. yeah your machine is back!!! you must be relieved. this is a great finish

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  6. You never want to sew more than when your machine isn't available! Your modern siggy quilt is so very pretty. It's beautiful how you laid it out in the soft rainbow of colors! Cool finish! :-}pokey

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  7. it looks so cute! I found mine in there! :)

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  8. Hooray you have your machine back and the siggy quilt is very pretty. :D

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  9. KT, so glad your machine is home where it belongs. I really love the rainbow layout of your siggy blocks and how you compensated for the three that didn't participate. It looks awesome! With my bad eyesight it took me a while to find my block, but I eventually did ;-) Enjoy your weekend!

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  10. Love the siggy quilt! I still have mine in a storage bag.

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  11. Wow, very nice. OK, I don't know how you 'planned' this among yourselves, but I am amazed at how your colour palette blends from one into the other!

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