Thursday, February 7, 2008

Fun Find

While hunting for a piece of batting last night I ran across a quilt that I did about 3 years ago. I was a on a kick for a while making quilts that consisted of one large piece of fabric and a border (or two). I saw the pattern in a Fons & Porter "For the Love of Quilting" magazine.

I love the scarecrows but could never figure out what to do with them since they are so tall. I think the fabric is from Alexander Henry. Here's an up close.

I just need to bind this and it will be offically done.

There is another quilt on the frame. I'm hoping to get to it tomorrow night. It's a baby quilt, so it shouldn't take that long to complete.

After work tonight, the munchkin, a friend and I will be heading to Eudora and Lawrence to hit the 3 quilt stores there. I think it's official, I have given up any attempts at not adding to my stash. I will try to be good, but I'm sure I won't succeed. Oh well!


Jacquie said...

Are you going to Sarah's in Lawrence? I'm so's so wonderful and each visit is sooo inspirational.

Mary said...

This is cute! I'm going to try a couple small ones like this and then stitch the beanie babies to them.

KCQuilter said...

Ooooh, love that shop in Eudora! And the two in Lawrence are great too. Hope you bought LOTS of goodies!