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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

A binding, a back, a border - 15 Min report as well

Hello Blogland!  

Are we all kind of adjusting to this new lifestyle a bit?  That does not mean we have to like it though.

I have adjusted pretty well, and we are all doing well in my neck of the woods.  I have been sewing no more or less with the Covid-19 restrictions.

Last week I made this binding and this center backing strip from leftover blocks for one of my Barnyard quilts.  The cute little cans were given to me by my daughter.

When I coil up a binding to await a quilt, I stack them here.  You can see that I have several tops ready to quilt.  Four of those bindings go with quilts that are actually basted. 

I also cut borders and binding for this Barnyard quilt.  The binding should be sewn and coiled soon today.

I got to spend a little time with all of my grands...

One of my daughters as well as myself are in this photo:

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  1. That's a lot of bindings ready to be sewn! I love your Barnyard quilt, front and back!

  2. Love the Barnyard quilts. Looks like you've got a few quilts that are just about finished. I've never been able to get in the habit of making my binding once the top is done, I always wait till it's quilted.

  3. Those extra blocks make a super fun backing - it'll give you a two-for-one quilt, even! I like to cut my binding when I've finished cutting a quilt top out, too. I don't usually get it pressed until after the quilting, though. Nice cans, by the way.


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