I LOVE my TGIFF this week!

Earlier this week, I posted my English Paper Piecing table runner. It was my last Island Batik challenge of the year. If you know me, I highly dislike hand sewing – it hurts! However, I took my time and had fun! You can read all about it HERE.

This table runner was pieced and quilted with Aurifil threads and Hobbs 80/20 Black batting was used.

It has been a great year with Island Batik. Sometime, in the next few weeks, I will show you all of the projects that were made with Island Batik fabrics this year. It’s a post that always takes a LOT of time to put together!

My cousin, Terry, sent me this! I’ve seen it before – a LONG time ago, but I did laugh out loud when I read it again!

This quilt is on it’s way up north. I’m not sure if I showed it before or not. It’s been finished for awhile. Once I had the baby’s details, I made the label, added it to the quilt and finished the binding.

Jennifer, from Inquiring Quilter, featured these two panel quilts that were recently finished! You can read about them HERE.

One who sleeps under a quilt is covered by LOVE!

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21 thoughts on “I LOVE my TGIFF this week!

  1. Love your epp project! Such lovely colors and shapes. I agree that epp is maybe not all fun, but I am enjoying my project a lot. Thanks for sharing your table runner and the baby quilt on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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  2. Your EPP table runner came out so beautiful, Gail! Those smaller projects are perfect when it’s a technique that involves a lot of hand work. Thanks for linking up with me for TGIFF!

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    • Thank you!!!
      I hadn’t thought about it being for the Table Scraps challenge as it’s not really rainbow … but since YOU mentioned it, I will enter it in!!! I have SEW much on my plate at the moment, using it will give me a bit of a break! Thank you!


  3. Hi Gail. This little runner is one of my favourite IB finishes of the year. There’s just something about the bright pretty fabrics that makes me think of bright happy days and sweet memories of blue skies, beaches and summer. Isn’t that crazy? Congrats on being featured. Those quilt finishes deserved the recognition. ⛄️

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  4. Hi Gail! You’ve rocked all the IB projects, I think. But especially this last one and it turned out so well considering you hand to limit your work on it to avoid pain. {{Hugs}} I look forward to seeing a recap of the year! It’s hard to remember all the nifty things you’ve shared over the last 11 months. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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