Finishing the flimsys

The Chinese Coin cot quilt using the Apple Jack charm pack is finished!
 The Scrappy Trips Around the World, made from scrap 2.5" strip bin is finished.
 The Zig Zag quilt (made using fabrics gifted to me by Lisa) is quilted and I just need to hand stitch the binding down and add the label!
And after a protracted discussion (and some tears) we convinced DS2 that he should sleep in his real bed, not the one constructed today out of quilts, IKEA table and my dining chairs!
So after facing up to a fight with blogger (remains to be seen if this post actually works) I am off to bed, because I have stitched a mile of binding this week and quilted so many zigs, that I need some Z's!
Happy quilting, Sue SA.

7 comments:

  1. Wow Sue - You've accomplished a lot! Doesn't it feel good to get those quilts finished up? I need to do some of that myself!

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  2. I absolutely LOVE that zig zag quilt. It's beautiful. Ditto the scrappy trip.

    The amount of finishes you're whipping through is impressive. Makes me feel like a slacker though!

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  3. Sue. those are such fantastic quilts... I love your scrappy trip ... and the zig zag... and the coins... well done you.... HOpe you had a good sleep - you deserve it.... and I just love DS2's hiding place....
    Hugz

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  4. You've achieved a lot this week. They're all lovely quilts, but I think I love the Zigzag one the most.

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  5. Cute coin quilt. You have to love a quilt, table, chair bed. Hope you got lots of Z's

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  6. Well done on all your finishes, lovely quilts, the scrappy trip around the quilt is such a great use of fabrics. And I have had a few days sewing for me too, which feels so good.

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  7. Great finishes! You have been quilting up a storm. I love how you quilted up the zig zag quilt.

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