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:

Elyte said...

Your version of Abundance looks great.

Janet said...

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.

Kathie said...

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

Cathy said...

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

Sue said...

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

Very nice job.

Thimbleanna said...

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

Lori said...

Very nice! I love your abundance quilt!

Janet said...

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

Barb said...

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

Quilting Babcia said...

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

katyquilts said...

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

Maureen said...

Beautiful little quit with lovely fabrics. Well done!

Grit said...

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

Cheryl said...

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

Janet O. said...

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

Carrie P. said...

love your sweet little quilt.