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Mr "Plad" Boy

Quilted and Binded just in time for Sew N' Tell Friday!
Such a basic quilt that I whipped up using all my left over plaid fabrics.
And for the quilting part of it I just did an all over stipple since that is really all I'm good at.
And i'm excited at how the binding turned out. Usually it only looks good when i hand bind it but I used my machine on this one and it turned out great. Click here to read more about how I am slowly perfecting my binding skills!

Thanks for looking and check out all the other projects on http://www.amylouwho.com/

Comments

  1. Glad you finished in time! Great job on the fabric choices and the way you added interest to the backing!

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  2. I have a thing for plaid.....love this!
    Visiting from amylouwho. Nice job!

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  3. Such a perfect quilt! I love how you binded it with different fabrics. Plaids are a big favorite of mine, and I have tons of small leftovers. I think your quilt is going straight to my inspiration folder, if you don't mind.

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  4. I love that border, so great. I've got a plaids quilt in my future as well. I think I'll try a scrappy border too! Nice job.

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  5. Wonderful Quilt! I just love patchy bindings!

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  6. I really, really like your quilt. Your stippling is great.

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  7. I really like the look of this quilt. It screams to be cuddled under.

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  8. This is really great! Perfect for a boy's room. I love the plaid and the scrappy binding! This one is going in my folder. :)

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