|Boy's label for the back|
|Pinning the Boy's quilt|
|Trimming off the excess batting after pinning.|
I have this great stack of "Art Nouveau" fabrics that I had hardly ever used. I love these fabrics, I probably bought them around 2000, and thought they would make a great little girl's quilt. I ended up having to add the dark fabrics so the letters would pop. I think this one turned out great. I hope she likes it as much as Darrell and I do.
|Label for the back of Girl's quilt.|
|Pinning the Girl's quilt on the floor of my studio.|
|I had a 1/2 yard of fabric from the collection that I hadn't used on the top, but will work perfectly for the binding. Here I'm cutting the continuous bias-binding. See more about how I make binding at:|
How to make Binding.
I quilted the sashing and around the edges, trimmed it, made the binding and got it ready to take with me and in my spare time I can work on hand-sewing down the binding to the back, the only part I do by hand.