Thursday, December 6, 2018

One More November Finish

I have one more November finish!  
I'm either way ahead or far behind in my seasonal sewing, but in any case, the Twilight quilt is done! 
The binding was finished on the last evening in November, and now Twilight will be packed away until next autumn. Hopefully I will remember where I put it--lol! 
Twilight designed by Buttermilk Basin
I used a water erasable pen to mark the ribbon candy quilt path.
When I do a repetitious quilting like this, I start to zone out and pretty soon I'm doing an entirely different design--lol! 

There are still a few "zoned out" areas, but I'm pretty happy with how it came out. 


I used this TIP from Natalia Bonner to remove the blue water erasable pen marking--amazing!!!!

More finishes coming soon..... 






13 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Another fantastic finish. Hugs

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  2. Hi Karen wow what a beautiful finish ,love the colours and fabrics in your quilt.Well done my friend such beautiful work.

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  3. Wow this caught my eye in my reader feed. My goodness its gorgeous!

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  4. Excellent choice to alternate ribbon candy quilting on the logs. It makes both the quilting and the logs stand out. Congratulations on a beautiful finish.

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  5. I LOVE this quilt and the quilting that you've added. It will fun to pull this out next fall. The ribbon candy design was a cute choice.

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  6. This is such eye candy!! Makes me want to make one RIGHT NOW!
    I get what you mean about zoning out when you are doing the same design repeatedly. Good idea to mark like that. And thanks for the link to Natalia's tip. I use that pen to mark my quilts all the time. Nice to know how to get it out for sure the first time! :)

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  7. Oh, the colors for the star quilt are oh so good!

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  8. Great finish! Lovely work with the quilting - the bubbles are great.

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  9. Beautiful quilt! You did a great job. Hugs, Sandi

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  10. Ohhh my !! A classic and a beautiful quilt !!

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  11. So beautiful and SO perfect (I didn't see the 'zoned out' places! HA

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  12. This quilt is stunning. Love the color combo. Thanks for sharing the blue marker tip!

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  13. Goodness this is a lovely quilt, such pretty colours and fabrics.

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