Voting over at the Bloggers’ Quilt Festival ends soon. Today, I think. Go take a look. Here and here. Voting ends soon. Then come right back, okay?
Now that that is out-of-the-way….
Luckily, I was able to use left over binding and am putting the hand stitching into the binding on Colorblocked, last week’s quilt. I just love when there is *just enough* binding left to finish it off. It makes the entire quilt project seem to go faster when you don’t have to stop and cut more. I usually make it by the yard², so miles and miles of continuous bias binding, well it seems that way anyway…. . It is handy to have on hand, but I’m always happy to move on to new colors.
I think this speaks for itself.
Yup, that’s another quilt top using Amy Butler scraps along with another Kona quilt using cerise . Don’t you just LOVE Amy Butler fabric? I certainly do! I think she was the first fabric designer that I could readily pick her fabrics out from a rack full of gorgeous brights.
And more good stuff here.
I like the cerise in this quilt. It seems to pull all the colors together. Gonna be pretty!
Such lovely colors! Oh . . . and I voted! 🙂
So pretty! Cerise is one of my absolute favorite Kona colors, and it plays so well in this quilt!
Gorgeous, gorgeous colors!
The cerise is very nice with the other colors.