Tuesday, May 21, 2013

It's a Done Deal

I have it wrapped and sitting in my closet.

Yep,  it was super easy to put on the minky.  Look how cute that ruffly minky binding is.
Is that cute or what?  As I was sewing it felt like I was sewing a rabbit (not in a bad way) - it was just so fluffy.
See all that white stuff on the black fabric - a couple shakes of the quilt and "Poof" it was gone.  I guess I was sewing a magic rabbit.  hehehe

It was quick and easy. I sewed one line around the quilt where the border meets the main body of the quilt
and then made the binding by turning it over to the front.  I did this before to a quilt and that quilt has lasted years and many machine washings.  The only problem is the minky is thick when you come to the corners - however, a couple snips to reduce the bulk and those corners look great.  Fuzzy - and great.
As you know Sugar just had to pose with the quilt.  Personally I think she makes it look better. 

And the mess when I finished cutting the minky?  Here check it out.
This is all of it. Really not much. I wiped the cutting mat down with a damp cloth and vacuumed the carpet.

So as I said I put the present up in my closet.   High up in my closet, where no one looks. And how long did it take Serena to spy it?
Like two seconds!  LOL  But she has to wait.

Happy Stitching,
Nicey Linda

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14 comments:

  1. Thank you for so many things! The header with the chicks, sewing a magic bunny, and Sugar on a magnificently soft looking, meaningful quilt!

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  2. My dining room is always covered in minky fluff! I make baby blankets and sell them to fund my quilting habit! I love your little model, Sugar is very cute on your lovely quilt :o)

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  3. awww super cute quilt! and sugar is adorable too! :)

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  4. Very cute! I havent tried Minky yet! this looks great. And Sugar looks very sweet!

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  5. O.M.G. I love the minky binding. I never would have thought of that! Doesn't Serena read your blog? fantastic finish, Linda.

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  6. What an excellent idea to use minky fabric for the binding, I would never have thought of that. And the quilt itself is gorgeous, wonky stars are on my to do list. And I just love your header picture, so adorable.

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  7. What a beautiful quilt and I've never tried Minky yet. Thanks for sharing.
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  8. Darling quilt and love the minky binding, obviously Sugar likes it too.

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  9. First, congratulations on getting it done! Second, congratulations on attempting and conquering minkey! You are braver than I! Third, that fuzzy white binding is amazing. I love it, and so will Serena!

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  10. Looking cosy indeed and definitely less fluff than working with corduroy - that's a severe pain in the ... :)

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  11. Cute and adorable!
    Esther
    ipatchandquilt dot wordpress dot com

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  12. So glad that it wasn't a real rabbit it would certainly put a different spin on quilting.

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  13. Soo cute and very adorable.... that poor little bunny glad to hear it wasn't real. love minky when you have success. Quilt has a great Christmas look about it.

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