Sunday, June 03, 2012

My woobie is finally finished


It's been in the hoop for months while I made several baby quilts, but today, I finally finished my woobie quilt.  It's another in a series of "Single Girl" quilts.  I find Denyse Schmidt's pattern is absolutely addictive.  This is a companion to the woobie I made Jim earlier.  The color palette is similar and it has a fleece backing for staying warm on the couch in the evenings.


This is a detail of the quilting.  The first few I made using a large stippling stencil, but I've switched over to Denyse Schmidt's recommended quilting pattern.

The binding is a reproduction fabric that has a touch of light blue in it.

I made a tag label for it and used one of my owl stamps to decorate it.
This is the bias binding being hand sewn down to the back side.  I love the Big Ben fabric meant to commemorate my time in London.
Here's the whole thing in the middle of the backyard.

2 comments:

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Just gorgeous Dana! My favorite of all your quilts that I've seen.
Still working on quilting mine.

Dana W. Fisher said...

Thanks, Mary. I can't wait to see yours.
All the best,
Dana