DWM ~ Backings and Tops

This weekend I finally started feeling good enough to do a little mucking about in the sewing room. I got one Quilt of Valor quilted and bound. I will share that on Friday. Yesterday, I was looking at tops I made in AZ and started pulling backings for them. I think this QOV/backing combination will be the next on the frame.

I’m considering this print for the back of the grad quilt:

Here’s another combination:

Scrappy Nce Rail will get a soft solid backing.

It sure what is what in this grouping:

The reality that is currently setting in, is just how many bindings I have ahead of me! Yikes!
Linking up with Cooking Up QuiltsPatchwork TimesLove Laugh Quilt

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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8 Responses to DWM ~ Backings and Tops

  1. Kate says:

    You’ve got some fun backings selected. Bindings are one of my favorite parts of finishing a quilt, but you’ll have a lot to finish if you get these all quilted.

  2. Nice fabric combinations! Bindings…one of my least favorite things to do!

  3. Sherrill says:

    Bindings are good..that means FINISHES!!!

  4. Zenia Rene says:

    Glad to hear you’re feeling better. Lovely choices for all the backings. I like the yellow colorful “morse code” for the last one. I’d love to help you bind them, if they remain unbound until I get there. 😊

  5. Jeanne says:

    LOVE that last grouping with the brights!

  6. They all look like perfect choices to me!

  7. Teresa Harrison says:

    I’m right there with you, tops made, need back and binding put together to quilt. I have 3 now ready to bind but my pile to quilt first is growing.

  8. So many happy fabrics! Love that ticket print. I just bought new needles for binding – the quilt shop owner told me longer needles are less stressful on the fingers. I’m gonna give them a try. Have fun quilting all those fabulous tops!

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