a quiltlady

a quiltlady

Monday, 7 February 2011

New week, almost full already:-)

Bitten by the mug-rug-bug as some other blogger described it,on time it
is my turn:6 Mug Rugs are almost ready for new owners and more to come.

I have seen some stunning,small Mug Rugs on my way through blogland:-)
And thanks to .ryanwalshquilts.com who started me off - great,easy tutorial pattern to follow. Check his blog!

3 new books? No,not at all on the contrary!

You see,"The Distant Hours" book I showed you yesterday has 670 pages.
So my DH has split the book into 3,copied,glued etc.good work done!!
Great result: much easier,lighter to be holding and carrying about:))))

Notice the super quilting on the backing of my "a Gardeners`s Journal". Not the best colour here on the picture,but a lovely yellow/mustard colour. The quilt has just come back from the quilter, so very soon
I`ll get cracking with the binding. In 1 - 2 - 3 up on the wall, do
you see an empty wall anywhere?? Good question,thought I had the space
but must for sure change things around. Have been longing for the 3 words:"quilted,bound and hanging".Now two to go!! Then one day I`ll post the picture for you to see.
Till later, wishing you a good quilting week.

10 comments:

Terry said...

Your mug rugs are so pretty! I love the blue one with the spools of thread! :0)

Dandelion Quilts said...

Love your mug rugs. Is the book good?

Chookyblue...... said...

oh how exciting Grethe............onto the binding...........yippee.........

Laila said...

Hi.
Great Mug Rugs:-)
I love to make them too,a realy easy and fun way to play with fabrics.
Hugs ;-)

sunny said...

Love the mug rugs! Where did you get the fabric with the spools and buttons? And please don't say Athens. LOL!

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

How cute are those mug rugs--you have done a beautiful job on them!!
and what a neat idea to do to a large book!!!
Have fun stitching-
Hugs,Di

Jindi's Cottage said...

Cute mug rugs...you have certainly been busy...
love the quilting pattern on A Gardener's Journal...very appropriate...so looking forward to seeing it all quilted and bound...

helbel19 said...

I haven't been visiting your blog for quite a long time and wow there is so much to see, well done Grethe. Love the quilting on GJ and who ever gets the mug rugs will be more than pleased I'm sure.

Helen

LeKaQuilt said...

WOW så mange flotte Mug Rug du har sydd ! Artig å se at det er flere en meg som har fått dilla :o)

Berit said...

Mug rugs er morsomt. Håper de blir "in" Morsomt å sy, det går fort, og hyggelig å gi bort.
Håper folk vil bruke dem.