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Christmas Panel.

Posted on | November 27, 2013 | 14 Comments

This wall hanging is another little finish. I had done all the quilting on it several months ago, but when I went to bind it I couldn’t find the fabric I had set aside.  I put the quilt away knowing that the fabric would turn up somewhere. Obviously it did. It turned out it was folded in with another project I had prepared and turned up when I was sorting out some project boxes.

Sunburnt Quilts -Village Panel

The centre is a panel and then there are two added borders – narrow stripes and then wider star fabric.

I quilted wavy lines below the village and pebbles above it.

Sunburnt Quilts -Village Panel

Hearts and loops around the hearts.Sunburnt Quilts -Village Panel

Stars around the stars.

Sunburnt Quilts -Village Panel

And some echo quilting around the trees.

Sunburnt Quilts -Village Panel

In the border there are loops and stars. And stripes cut on the diagonal for the binding – once I found it!

Sunburnt Quilts -Village Panel

It was a very simple little wall hanging to make. And I have enough to make a second one.

And now for something different. Here is a little dilly bag I have crocheted as a gift.

Sunburnt Quilts -Dilly Bag

Hope you have a lovely weekend planned. Our US family is enjoying an extended weekend. Happy Thanksgiving!!!

This sweet little pattern can be found at Groovy textiles.

14 Responses to Christmas Panel.

  • Your quilting is just gorgeous! And such a pretty panel too… I really love it. It must be fun to be such an artist with thread.

  • Linda King says:

    Great quilting on this one. Does this mean that you are now ready for Christmas? LOL! Have a great day.

  • Your Christmas panel is so pretty, and I really like that cute little crochet bag!

  • Your Christmas panel is great and I love your quilting! WOW! Beautifully done Karen!! Also, your colorful dilly bag is super cute!

  • Anita says:

    Hi Karen,
    What an awesome quilt!!! Love it. I misplace materials and yarn too but it’s terrific when you find it again. lol. Cute little crocheted bag, you have given me an idea to make my 2 year old niece one like that. Thanks!
    Cheers, Anita.

  • Denise in PA says:

    Very nice wallhing! Love the quilting – really makes the panel sing! Cute little bag too! o:)

  • Sunnybec says:

    Your little quilt is lovely, I love how you have quilted it, it makes everything stand out. I am always amazed what I find in my little bags, and I am the worst one for putting things in the wrong bag, I think it’s trying to do too many things at once. LOL. xxx

  • Rachaeldaisy says:

    I love your quilting on the Christmas panel and I’m glad you found that binding, the stripes are perfect. Your Dilly bag is wonderful too, those are my favourite colours. It’s not often I hear people use the name dilly bag, it’s such a fun name!

  • Beautiful work Karen….I just love a row of little houses.

  • Shez says:

    wow Karen this is gorgeous,love the work you have put into it,well done and isnt that just the cutest bag,have a lovely day my friend.xx

  • Fiona says:

    the panel has come up great… glad you found the binding as it is just perfect….. love all the different quilting you did… and a cute little bag too… been a busy week…

  • Lesley says:

    Karen, your quilting is exceptional. It brought your little quilt to life! Gorgeous, and perfect choices for the borders. Especially love the binding cut on the bias!

  • Joan says:

    That is beautiful. I love how you quilted it! I’m so glad I am not the only one who hides things from myself.

  • Bev C says:

    Hello Karen,

    Lovely Christmas hanging, one of the ladies at my sewing group made a quilt with this fabric. I recognised the houses. Love the crochet dilly bag, so lovely and bright.

    Happy days.


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