October 18, 2013

Thimbleberries Log Cabin Quilted Table Runner or Wall Hanging

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Another batch of unfinished blocks made into a quilt!
... Perhaps my favorite block of all ... the log cabin ...
Thimbleberries Wall Hanging in Pinks and Blues
Thimbleberries fabrics in rose and blue with a hint of purple, green, and burgundy.
Thimbleberries Wall Hanging in Pinks and Blues
Cream quilting.
Thimbleberries Wall Hanging in Pinks and Blues
Deep purple backing and binding.
Thimbleberries Wall Hanging in Pinks and Blues
Quilt Stats:
  • Pattern:  Log cabin blocks
  • Size:  24" square
  • Fabric:  Thimbleberries and a few other quilt-shop fabrics such as Kaufman and Connecting Threads
  • Batting:  100% cotton, thin
  • Backing:  Deep purple Thimbleberries
  • Quilting:  Allover small meandering stitch in cream thread done on Mrs.Bernina, my old 830 which was my grandmother's.
  • Binding:  Double fold, deep purple Thimbleberries fabric, attached by machine with 45-degree mitered corners.
  • Value:  Warm-up cozy!
This quilt is for sale in my Etsy shop, BusyHandsQuilts!

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BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Congratulations on your finish.

Bethany said...

That is gorgeous! I am probably overstepping here, but it is worth way more than what you are charging!

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

This is really beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
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Janine @ Rainbow Hare said...

This is lovely!

Sue McPeak said...

What a nice job you've done with the Thimbleberries fabrics. I do love their Country look, and the backing and quilting goes perfect with the fabrics. I bet it will do well in your ETSY shop. I will stop by there and FAV it...I see we like and have much of the same things to sell. I have an ETSY shop with fabric you might be interested in as it's some that is now out of production.

I am visiting from Thursday Threads and would love to have you stop by and see my 1930's Fabrics and Quilts. Just click on the signature link below...hope to see you there.  Your comments are 'Sew' Welcomed!

Sue CollectInTexas Gal

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your finish. I am impressed by the quilting!