Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Done, Complete, Finis


It's flat. 

It has a batting that is half cotton, half polyester. Fabricland had a sale one day and I decided to buy this since I didn't have a big enough piece of cotton batting for this quilt. There were so many flat batts to choose from so I picked one in the middle price range.

It's bound with the lightest fabric since I had long pieces already cut and it was just an easier option. It's quilted across the width except for the last row - as shown below.

The last pieced row on both ends was easier to quilt going down - as shown above. 

 I'd like to thank my trusty little Singer - my favourite back-up machine (my main machine is an old computerized Kenmore.) This Singer is the one for which I purchased the walking foot.

And now you can all go and view what others are up to at the Needle and Thread Network.


  1. Beautiful - well done, Dolores!

  2. Beautiful quilt, and the light binding works fine.

  3. Lovely - and kudos doing all that quilting on a domestic machine!

  4. Great work, Dolores! Admirable, that you quilted it on your Singer! Well done, Singer!

  5. I rather like flat quilts! :)

  6. Hello Dolores,

    Good work on the quilting,nothing like having a completed quilt. Love the header you have on your blog, its like visiting your country without me leaving home. Thank you.
    Happy days.

  7. Lovely. And, it's always so wonderful to finish a project - hooray!

  8. Beautiful quilt! I haven't tried the Warm Blend. Warn and Natural is what I usually use, or sometimes Warm Bond which is a 80/20 cotton/poly blend.

  9. I really like your quilt....it looks very cozy. I used a walking foot for the first time yesterday; being a hand quilter. It went well.

  10. Clever idea to quilt the last rows in an other sense, it gives the impression of a border.


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