Tying?? Please enlighten. (But then, I've only ever made three simple beginner's quilts :-)
Such pretty fabrics.Looking forward to seeing it finished.Xx
Spännande! BLir kul att få se en tydligare bild på det färdiga resultatet sedan! :-)
Beautiful (vintage?) fabrics. Can't wait to see the end-product!I've been trying some quilting myself lately. By the way, I've been visiting your blog for a while and I love what you make!
looking good, look forward to seeing it finished :)Karen x
Very fresh and pretty! Lovely! xxx
I love those fabrics! How do you store your cut squares? I have leftovers from the first blanket I made and they're all over the place and getting crinkled again!
Hej Annette, this looks so promising! I love it already. Thank you for your sweet stories on creJJtion! and again: please sent me an e-mail, it would be easier for us to communicate... firstname.lastname@example.orgLove and happy sewing!Maaike
With this method, is there no actual quilting at all? I love the rustic look this lends to the vintage-y fabrics you chose!
It is just darling! :o)Do you have a set of instructionsthat you are following? I havenot tried this method before.Have a lovely day.Sincerely, Trish
what a pretty quilt, I'm loving those ties so classic and cheerful :)
Oh that is absolutely beautiful!! Well done!Julia x
it's such a pretty quilt and i love the tying..jane
Thank you so much for visiting my world. I love reading your comments and I do my utterly best to respond to questions and sweet messages. Thank you again for popping by. KärlekAnnette