Now that life is back to normal, I got a few things done this week. I finished one custom order and I have another at the long-arm quilter. And I finally put bindings on those two potholders that should have come with me to the Artisan Fair. Let's take the potholders first:
|The Quiltsmart version of Grandmother's Flower Garden again. I'm using up the rest of that layer cake of "Chloe's Closet."|
|Why does the "super macro" button work, but not the plain ol' "macro" on my poor camera?|
|Why do I always notice the random thread in the picture when it comes up on my computer screen?|
The other finish is a pumpkin seed runner (die of a heart attack of not surprise) with more of Mark Lipinski's "Winter's Grace." This time I did the flower petals with the plum fabrics and the border is some of the green stuff. I didn't have enough bunny fabric left for the border, but I like this border fabric because it incorporated the plum and the awesome blue that is in the back fabric.
|Yes, you're looking at a blind-stitched binding. A woman who knows what she's doing is getting this runner, so I made a little extra effort.|
|This fabric makes me want to change my Christmas colors to plum and green.|