Friday, June 17, 2016

Sandwiching and Steps to making a Wreath

Hi friends!
I sandwiches this quilt yesterday!
Plus i worked on my sis in laws wreath.
I had two that i had iron interfacing on already.
I cut backing fabric and sewed them together right sides facing and leaving a hole to turn it.
This one is turned and ironed , now close the opening with pins.
This is what a wreath looks like! I made it after Christmas.
I did two yesterday and then sewed them together.
Maybe i will have tiome to work on it some more this weekend.
Have a good one
Quilt Happy


Julierose said...

Just a gorgeous wreath--I love you add a little ring hanger to it? or fabric loop? It really says "Homemade Christmas"...hugs, Julierose

Chatty Crone said...

I LOVE the wreathe and I know she will too!

Rosa said...

Love both projects and sure will be a winners.

Wishing you a great weekend.

Richard Healey said...

That is a neat idea to make a quilted wreath. I have been working on Christmas table runners as of late so its fun to find another Christmas project going on in June.

Richard Healey
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margaret said...

what a pretty wreath not seen one like these before. Wondering how you set abut layering up big quilts I am struggling as so often the backing when I have either pinned all tacked all together is lumpy not sure what I do wrong

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Quite a unique wreath. I'm sure your SIL will love it, especially since it is made just for her. I bet your family looks forward to their next gift from you.
xx, Carol

Lady of the Manor said...

This makes a neat wreath. One our craft club members has made these and hopefully we'll make it later this year.

Needled Mom said...

That is a great wreath. I can't wait to see the finish.

Sandra Walker said...

So pretty Barbara! I can't bear to think about Christmas now though, gack! PS I think red on the binding in your last post ;-) said...

That is so cool it will be appreciated.