WIP Tuesday? ~ Parson Gray

This quilt is coming together VERY quickly!  Since half the blocks only have three pieces and the other half only have four, I shouldn’t be surprised! A day off work and a bit of a marathon sewing session didn’t hurt either!

I finished all the blocks and got them all up on the design wall.

Before I knew it, I had the top all together. I had the perfect piece of flannel for the backing and it only required one seam to piece it. So I got it loaded up and started quilting.

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The pantograph is called African Samba and is available from Urban Elementz.

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I even have my binding ready!

Have a wonderful day!

Linking up with Free Motion by the River, The Quilting Room with Mel,  Quilt Story

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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7 Responses to WIP Tuesday? ~ Parson Gray

  1. Sandra B says:

    I said yesterday that I thought you would get this top together quickly…didn’t know that not only would you get the top together, but that you would also get the backing done, get it loaded up, and quilted, too!! Looks great, Katy!! Cannot wait to see it off the frame, with binding all sewn on…..

  2. piecefulwendy says:

    I love it — and the binding is perfect! That green color is just yummy! Can’t wait to see the finished quilt!

  3. Great quilt–I love the flannel backing!

  4. Wow, you are a speed demon! Love these fabrics and the binding color is perfect!

  5. I’ve never made a quilt that quickly! Impressive!

  6. anudge says:

    You’re such a speedy. Clock one sometime. Seems you made this one in just a couple of hours.
    I’m a dsm quilter and my biggest problem is keeping the motif big. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Peggy Anne Garrett says:

    That’s a nice pattern you used to quilt it too! Was it a pantograph and, if so, what is the name of that pattern?

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