Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Bound

The top pieced by Barbara in FL and quilted with freeform Baptist Fans is bound and labeled.
I'm still slowly working on my RWB top - a few more rows and half the quilt will be done and then I'll let myself start something new and alternate work on the two since I seem to be bored with just the one. I've got one more binding to sew down and one more top to quilt for the month.

Keith caved in pretty easily on the Accuquilt Go Cutter so I ordered it tonight. (Didn't even have to wait for my birthday)


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11 comments:

Vicki W said...

Wow, that was fast work on Keith!

Diane said...

lucky you!

mau said...

(JUMPING UP and DOWN) lucky you...congrats and early Happy B-Day.

LizA. said...

Oooh, lucky you. Be sure to keep us posted on how it works out.

Patricia said...

I got one for Christmas---you'll love it--and it really is practical and a NECESSARY tool for a quilter :-).

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dee said...

How cool! Can't wait to see what you do with it. You'll turn into the Tasmanian Quilt Devil....wheeeeeee!

YankeeQuilter said...

A new toy! Let us know how it works for you! The quilt looks wonderful.

KateKwiltz said...

Totally jealous! I've wanted one of those forEVER! Great quilt -- and even better toy acquisition!

♪♪Melody♪♪ and Puddin said...

Good for you; can't wait to see what you can do with it. I had never even heard of one. --Only one more quilt for 10.!!!!!!!!!!

Deb said...

Boy that was fast work! What a time saver that will be. Now you'll be able to whip out kits all ready for Mother to sew!

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

I took a look at some of the dies for applique/crafts - lots of great patterns there!!! I bet you could put fusing on the fabric before cutting, cut and iron down. Viola! I can't wait to see what you are going to create with that. And just think - now Keith for sure knows you can always use a new die for gifts! There is one of those machines in my community on Cape Cod for paper - and all the school teachers from several schools use it for kids craft projects - this looks similar, but for fabric. Cheers! Evelyn