Sunday, July 19, 2009

Happy Hour Quilted!

Today I got so much accomplished, I wonder how much more I could have gotten done, had I not had to work. I worked with Cindy today and we had a great, fast day. We have such a good time and work so well together. After work I picked up the bobbin thread I needed at Hancock's since they had it. I wanted grommets but no such luck. I picked up 4 new pots and soil and repotted all my plants tonight. I have several from when my grandparents died and I try to keep them all alive, but I don't have a very good green thumb. The ivy from the wedding is doing the best of any of my plants. They are all repotted now.
After supper I finished the last two rows of quilting on the Happy Hour quilt. I quilted it with loops.
Then I had to decide what I wanted for binding. I had planned to do red, but when I went to get it on Tues. night, we were out at the shop. I had enough pink, so planned to do that. Today when I was working, I found the red! I got enough to do the binding, so I had to choose. I sent a pictures to my mom and friends, asked Paul, and they all agreed on the red. The red is in the picture below, the pink is the first border.
This is with the pink on the left as a binding.
I got the red binding on and now I can take it to work tomorrow and work on it at lunch. I'm really pleased with how it turned out. The quilt looks really wrinkly, but that's where I had it wrapped on the roller when quilting and once I wash it, it will relax. This UFO should be finished by the end of the week.


Cindy said...

It looks great. I love the colors. Way to go. Just keep on sewing.

piecesofpatti said...

Looks wonderful, Moneik. You girls put me to shame with how much you get done!

BitnByAQuiltingBug said...

Love it! Great fabrics and love it! You're getting a lot done these days!

Suzan said...

I really love the colors!

Barb said...

It looks great! I've done that quilt and loved working on it. I did mine as a wall hanging in browns and turquoise for my dining room. Love your colors.

Jen said...

I think it turned out great. Fantastic loop de loops!