Sunday, November 30, 2008

A Sunday of Many Finishes

Thanksgiving is over, all our visiting family have headed home, and it is now time to get ready for Christmas. I have managed a few finishes between dinners and shopping and I feel like I can almost relax a little bit. Here are my finishes.

First, I have finished the bear quilt and I am really pleased how it has turned out.

Here is a picture of the back so you can see the quilting. The pattern I used is called "Mahogany" and it really gives the quilt movement and texture. I am sure the young man that will be receiving it will love it.

I don't remember the name of this next quilt. I loaned the pattern to a friend and she hasn't finished hers yet. It would make a cute table topper or a doll quilt. It just makes me happy looking at it.

Here is the "Wrap It Up" table runner I made with extra blocks from the quilt. I made it extra long so it would hang over the ends of the table.
Here is the "Wrap It Up" quilt all done.
Many more projects yet to finish but need to get a couple of customer quilts done first. Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! Now it is time for those great leftovers! :D


Jean said...

It is such a good feeling to get something finished. I like the quilting on the bear quilt. The gift boxes are so cute too.

I have been getting things ready for a class and working on my curvy blocks.

scraphappy said...

Wow, that is a lot of work to finish off. The bows are so cute.

Julia said...

You have been a busy girl!
The gift boxes are so cute's nice to say "finished"

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh what wonderful finishes! But my favorite is the little tabble topper/doll quilt. The colors and the pattern is perfect!

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Jan said...

The Bear Quilt turned out great! He is going to love it. The table topper is happy fabric - love it. You have been a busy girl. I seem to be falling behind more and more every day. Got to get it in gear.

Tricia Anne said...

I love love love this table runner and quilt pattern (wrap it up). Can you please tell me where I may find this pattern? I would love to create it for our home as well. :o)
Sincerely ~ Tricia Anne