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Another friday and I finally finished this applique quilt!
I thought it would be so easy but i did a blanket stitch around all the lettering and it is very time consuming! Also..i didn't even notice that I'm missing another flower at the top until I took this picture! Guess I better go do that now!
I used white thread because I didn't want the threading to show or stand out.
Hope you like!   This will be a quilt I am donating to our locate shelter. I'm sure it will brighten a little girls day!


And then I just wanted to post this paw print quilt that I finished the binding on!
At first I didn't like it but it's growing on me. No way am I going to show you a close up of the shadow quilting that I did around the paw prints, it is a mess! lol


but I do like how the straight line quilting looks on the back...
And I just used the same paw print fabric for the binding as well. I just love that fabric. It was another bargain of mine. It is Michael Miller fabric from Fabric.com for only $2.95 yd! Can't beat that!

Thanks for looking. Be sure to check out all the other finished projects on Sew N Tell Friday!

Comments

  1. So whimiscal and cute! I love the little paws. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Cute quilts and what a generous donation! I'm sure it will be well loved!

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  3. Love it! You just make the best quilts! I wish I had your quilting skills and talent. :o) Stopping by from Sew&Tell. Thanks for sharing. Happy Sewing! :o)

    Larri at Seams Inspired

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  4. I love both of these quilts. You will brighten anyone's day that gets them. I think you are so sweet to donate them. You took a lot of time to help a stranger.

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  5. Love your quilts because they look so fun!Thanks for sharing on Sew N Tell Friday!

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  6. Great quilts!!!! Love them both!!

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  7. Both of the quilts are just adorable! The lettering and flowers in the first quilt and the paw prints really make these quilts special.

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  8. You did such a beautiful job on both quilts. :o) I have not yet learned how to applique but I sure look forward to that time. :o)
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Sincerely ~ Tricia

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  9. These are both wonderful! I especially love the girly one, but I may be bias since I have 3 girls of my own. LOL. I found you through AmyLouWho. Thank you for posting!

    Courtney
    ThePaisleyAbbey.com

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  10. Oh I just love the little girl quilt with the applique flowers and lettering! Lovely!

    The bear paw quilt is terrific...two great finishes.

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  11. Love the quilts! I'm still too chicken to try applique! I think the dog one is great, but the baby quilt is adorable and would make a great shower gift! Great job!

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  12. these look great. i really love the staggered strips on the second quilt top. it is such a pretty fun finish for the week

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  13. I love the eat. play. sleep. repeat! Is that from V.s pattern? It's so cute. Great job!

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