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The back of the quilt (w/pic)

Added: Friday, September 25th 2020 at 7:15pm by Zoey-Mae
Related Tags: quilting, quilts, sewing

I just finished the back of the quilt (pic below...) and so next will come the Sandwiching (putting the back, front and batting together,) the stitchwork and the binding will make it done!

This is layed out on my ironing board. So there is obviously a whol lot more quilt draped behind the board LOL but it will give you an idea of how it looks.

I'm hoping to do the sandwich pinning on Sunday and have it done by the end of next week...If all goes to plan... Lord willing and the crick don't rise  LOL! 

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So beautiful!  You really went all out on this quilt.  I just love the colors and the subject matter.  You did great! :)

The fabric with the shells is from SC. My mother inlaw left it as part of her Stache (and Stache is a real techincal term lol) 

Anyway, you can not find this stuff around here. So, it is really special to my daughter and I because it is tied directly to her Grandmother. 

The swirly print is the same print as the Blue Swirls print on the front of the quilt. There is also the same print in yellow in small blocks on the front. These prints are also used in some of my other prints. The blue and yellow swirls pint as in the lap quilt I just finished with the huge pinwheel.

I did this so the quilts would be connected like our family.  

It is pretty for sure. Bro. Doc

Thank you. I can hardly wait to get it finished. 

Haste Makes Waste. lol It will get done soon enough. Bro. Doc

This is true and especially with quilting. There is never rushing, when making a quilt.You will spend massive amounts of time with a seam ripper if you do. LOL

Yes, I gathered that much seeing you do it. Bro. Doc

That's adorable!  I love it when the back is almost as pretty as the front.   Makes it reversable!

I love making a reversable quilt. The nice part about this one is the pieces on the back are large and plain enough that I can do some nice stitch work on the front and it will not disturb the backing. In fact it will add to it in a nice way.

I can't tell you how much I have learn over on YouTube. There are so many great sewers over there that are just people like us and sharing what they know and have learned. 

It is so much fun to learn from them.

It's just as beautiful as the front.  Can't wait to see the finished product!

Thanks! That makes two of us!

O' very nice!!!!! 

Thank you very much! :)

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