Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Another Finish

A Christmas tree skirt, sort-of using this tutorial:

I used this tutorial for the flying geese - pretty simple. I think all together (piecing, quilting, and binding) it took me about 4 hours tops. And actually, I hand sewed the binding on during our weekend in PA, but I had run out of thread to quilt the top, so I had to go to JoAnn's to get more thread and finish quilting it.

I'm thinking more of these could make the cut next year for Christmas gifts for close family and friends.

It measures 48 inches square. And this was my first attempt at bias binding - which I sewed on completely by hand in the truck on the way home from PA.



Kathy said...

Would you please slow down! You are making me tired! LOL! Just kidding. Really cute tree skirt. Thanks for sharing.

isolada. by design said...

It's beautiful! I like it, very very much. And it most definitely would make a very nice Christmas gift. It's never too early to start writing down next year's list, is it? :)You are rocking it, for sure!

Happy Thanksgiving! :) Ana

Anonymous said...

At first glance, I thought you had sewn a monopoly board! Anyhow, it looks great!

I don't know how you were brave enough to handle a needle on PA interstates...they are so bumpy! Good work though!

Niki said...

I enjoyed learning to make flying geese on my quilt, your tree skirt look great. I think it would be a very appreciated gift.

audreypawdrey said...

I am loving seeing all the tree skirts come together! I love how yours turned out. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!:)

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Love the tree skirt!! Wish I could sew inteh car without geting motion sick! Wishing you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

Lib said...

Hi Kris,
Happy Thanksgiving Ya'll!

Gina said...

Great tree skirt.

Love and hugs GIna xxx

Cathie said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Love your blog!!

You're amazing at sewing and quilting. Love everything you've posted; can't wait to see the next messenger bag!


Val said...

You have a lot of energy! This is gorgeous! I love it. Thanks for sharing. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!