Thursday, October 4, 2012

Applique Thursday and You Know Who

 
This was my first needle turn applique from a long time ago.  Poor thing.  It's still waiting on it's borders.  (I don't think I've posted a picture of this before.)
Nothing new at my house.....sorry guys and gals

 
Miss Elly taking her nappy nap.
 
Applique Thursdays
 
Don't miss stopping by Angie's today.  She's giving away a fantastic book!
I'm not telling which one, you'll have to go find out for yourself!
 
 

10 comments:

Carla said...

Never tried needle turn ; ) yours is lovely

Sandi said...

I love it that the quilt is awaiting borders. I have some of those in my sewing room. But..........this week, I put the binding on a large quilt and FINISHED it last night. And I made a small tabletopper from Jacquelynne's fabrics this week and FINISHED it. Can you believe it? Then last night just before going to bed, I sewed the binding on a lap quilt that I'll take along to handstitch while visiting my mom next week. I was so excited with all this FINISHING that I could hardly sleep last night. LOL!

ANudge said...

That is a beautiful top, Billie. Is it a Pat Sloan design? It reminds me of her style. I think it looks great without borders - the blue triangles seem to set it off to me. Why not just quilt and bind it now. Thanks for linking up with Applique Thursday.

Unknown said...

Now tell me, but first I love the quilt, grin, just how many 'waiting for the borders' quilts do you have hid about the house??? Inquiring minds want to know, grin, guess who?????????

Ivory Spring said...

Awwww - that's beautiful!

FarahLin said...

that's a pretty top, Billie. Hope to see the finished quilt soon!

Allie said...

Ooh that is lovely - get busy on those borders, girl!

DeAnna S. said...

Very pretty...You should go ahead and finish it. Your cat seems to have such a wonderful life. Thanks for sharing.

Gina said...

Visiting from Janice Elaine Sews linky. It's a lovely needle turn applique quilt!Love the pic of your cat too!

Helen said...

I found you through jansquilts.com.
Nice to find new bloggers. I look forward to receiving future posts.