Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Quilts and Noses

I tackled the map panel quilt 45" x 48" first thing yesterday and
 finished the work on the frame and applied the binding!
The binding went right on the Christmas Hunter Star 45" x 52" 
and both went right into the washer and dryer. 
 I am so happy with these two quilts!
I couldn't wait to make the gnome noses and in no time, 
I had turned a 3/8" dowel into round tips with a shank 
so I could glue them in place.
I poked the spot on their beards and suddenly it turns into a face! 
 I still have to put the hanger in place
 but I think they turned out well--
thanks for the idea Valerie!
 

7 comments:

  1. The quilts turned out beautifully! The gnomes are so much fun — very charming.

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  2. Both quilts are so pretty - nicely done! And the little gnomes are just stinkin' cute!

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  3. Those quilts are so beautiful!!! I have laugh every time I see those gnomes. Can you get any cuter?

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  4. Those quilts are both beautiful, but there is something about that Hunter Star quilt that tugs at me. It's gorgeous.
    You amaze me. Those cute little noses that I wouldn't have thought about putting a shank on. I would have just tried to glue a bead on. Those noses make all the difference in the world don't they?
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  5. Nice job on the quilts and the gnomes!

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