Monday, December 27, 2010

11/16 of The Way There, and Then Some

Here is my Texas Braid, 11 rows completely finished, and a couple partial rows in the works. This has been fun to work on. I highly recommend Bonnie Hunter's book, Adventures with Leaders and Enders. This has been one of the easiest quilts to make ever. Not one pin used in the construction, which proves that careful cutting and proper pressing ensure a nice, flat quilt top. Tomorrow I am going to machine baste around the top and bottom edges of the quilt. Every edge is bias!

In the pic above, the quilt hangs down behind my design wall about another 48" or so.

Will likely be ordering a Handi-Quilter tomorrow!! Good times!

~Joan



4 comments:

Leeanne said...

Joan this looks so lovely, what quilting will do?

Kerri said...

Beautiful! I love it more with each row added.

Elaine Adair said...

... reading along, reading, along, reading along ... holy cow, "ordering a Handiquilter tomorrow"!!! Hoorayyyyy!

Kathie said...

beautiful quilt
love the colors so warm looking!
how lucky are you???
a Handi Quilter have fun with that