Monday, December 22, 2014


Cathy stopped by today to show me this quilt that she had just gotten back from the quilter.  Isn’t it stunning!   It is for her daughter who picked up the print fabric while in Turkey.
Cathy also wanted to show me the binding that she is attaching.  It is called a two color binding.  Cathy said she got the idea from Sew Mama Sew who has a list of different binding tutorials that you can find here
This is a closer view of the quilt.
I had to take a picture of Cathy’s earrings.  So cute!
Cathy also brought me this little Winter Mug Rug that she made.  I love it and will think of her each morning when I drink my coffee.  I always use a mug rug to protect my coffee table!  Thanks Cathy.  You are a talented lady!

PS:  Several people have asked about the Snow Women pattern that was on the blog here.  I’ll post about it when I learn the details.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Lynn said...

I saw that post on Sew Mama Sew but didn't read it. I should go back and do that.

Lynn said...

Sheesh! Hit enter before I meant to! Love the mug rug. The little bells along the edge are darling.

Mama Pea said...

that's a really neat binding technique. I need to remember it for the future!

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