I know I haven’t posted my 4th and 5th quilts yet (though they are done – I won’t post them until after the people I made them for receive them).

Right when I finished my 5th quilt I saw this Tulip scrappy table runner tutorial on Southern Fabric.  My only issue was they didn’t explain the border too well, granted I ran out of fabric for my border and used another scrappy one that looked similar enough and I added a few more squares to fill in the spaces of my issues. . .the top doesn’t line up right because of it but it still works out and looks great.  I am glad to put use to some of the scraps I had.
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My table has compartment areas under it and it is glass, so if it is cluttery looking it is simply because I keep books for schooling the boys under there and any magazines or newsletters I get in he mail that I haven’t read yet. haha.

My favorite part of this was doing the free-motion quilting designs. I was trying to figure out what to do for each piece and I loved doing it. So yey for my sixth quilt (even if it is a small quilt).tulipquilt3thumb tulipquilt4thumb tulipquilt5thumbAnd the back of the quilt shows a neat pattern from the free-motion quilting too.tulipquilt6thumb

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  1. […] decided to make more tulips like I had for my table runner and asked if that was okay with her and she loved the idea because she said her mom loved flowers. […]


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About Victoria / Justice Pirate

Victoria. Anabaptist, Wife of Rob, Mom of two boys, minimalist, quilt maker, Resources Adviser/Social Media Manager for anti-human trafficking awareness organization Justice Network (justice-network.org).


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