Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Abundance finished.

Here is my version of Lori's quiltalong, Abundance.






I hand quilted it and for the binding I brought the backing fabric around to the front. I haven't done that before.



Lori has a Linky Party so you can see the original quilt, Lori's version and lots and lots more little Abundance quilts. Its great to see so many different versions of the quilt :)

I am working on 2 BOMs and I have all the blocks made and sewn together for Oso.





More soon......


16 comments:

  1. Your version of Abundance looks great.

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  2. Ah, I love the little quilt and the binding technique is one I might try on my next wee quilt. I spy a very beautiful orchid there.

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  3. just beautiful I love the binding and the way you hung the quilt
    thanks for sharing.
    bom looks good, I like the colors/fabrics.
    Kathie

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  4. I love it Miriam! How did you find doing the binding that way? I've never done it like that

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  5. Very beautiful, Miriam. I'm enjoying seeing the Abundance quilts everyone is making.

    Very nice job.

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  6. Oooh, look at all those delectable mountains coming together. Your Abundance quilt is darling!

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  7. Very nice! I love your abundance quilt!

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  8. Your Abundance quilt looks lovely! It's so nicely quilted and I love the blue prints especially :0)

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  9. your abundance turned out pretty - looks great with the orchid!

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  10. What a sweet rendition of the original 'abundance' quilt. Did you find doing this binding this way easier than adding it separately?

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  11. Your little Abundance quilt turned out very nice! I love it!

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  12. Beautiful little quit with lovely fabrics. Well done!

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  13. Wow, this quilt is so wonderful.
    Greetings from Germany,
    Grit

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  14. I love all the different versions of abundance and your's is no exception. Good job!

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  15. Abundance looks wonderful. Haven't seen it on point before--love that perspective.

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