Sunday, December 8, 2013

Design Mantle Monday - it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Well I don't really have a mantle but if I did, these would be hanging on them :)  Still need to embroider names on the cuffs but I was doing the fun stuff all weekend.  No piecing just quilting.  5 more to go.  Hopefully when I get the cuffs on there will be some natural light to show the quilting a bit more.  Guess who gets the stocking with the feathers :)
Oops Green one still has marking on it 




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15 comments:

  1. They are all wonderful. You can have the one with the feathers, I like the one with the ornaments.

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  2. Did you quilt pieces of fabric and then cut and sew?
    thanks - they're beautiful - oh and what size are they?

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  3. These are beautiful and what a great idea

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  4. Wonderful idea! That yellow one....OOOOHHH...AWWWE....Did you just draw out stockings on some fabric and quilt?

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  5. These are wonderful! What a great idea!

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  6. Beautiful stocking!
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie

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  7. Pretty fancy schmancy stockings. The quilting on them is awesome. Who will get the one with the feathers? LOL I was thinking real feathers. Now I know who is getting the one with feathers!

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  8. Spectacular quilting. I'd love to hear how you did the quilting. How you mark, if you mark. Feathers a great. The ornaments are great, the green, the yellow, the blue... I'm in love, l o v e with them .

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  9. Look at all those stockings with their many colours and quilting designs! What a great way to showcase your fmq :D

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  10. Beautiful, beautiful stockings and I think the feathered one has my name on it!!! Thanks for sharing.
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  11. How fun and festive! What a great way to pratcice machine quilting. They are all beautiful!

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  12. Those are all awesome. Is there any tutorial on how these were made?

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