Finish It Up Friday ~ Puss in the Corner

It’s done! The quilting seemed to take forever, but I’m thankful to share a finished quilt with you today, instead of a finished top.

Of course, my little photo bomber showed up.

I love this stripe I used for the binding.

I used muslin on the back. I found it at Goodwill and it was two lengths already seamed together to the perfect size.

I knew the crosshatch quilting would give a fantastic texture after washing. And I was right!

How yummy is that?

All the quilting imperfections are darn near invisible now.

I was so worried that the blocks were too chunky, but I love the result. Eventually, I’ll use this for a couch quilt. But it’s decorating my railing for now so I can look up and admire it.

Thanks for following along with this project.

Have a great day!

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing adult kids, and a former librarian. I love making everything from traditional quilts to art quilts. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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11 Responses to Finish It Up Friday ~ Puss in the Corner

  1. Ahhh, for the old days (NOT that long ago!) when we used muslin for the backs of all quilts! lol I really love that binding!

  2. Jean says:

    That looks great!

  3. Anja @ Anja Quilts says:

    Great finish. That binding is amazing. ☺

  4. katyquilts says:

    Thanks, Cindy! The yellow was a Paula Barnes print from one of her Companions lines. I’m so sad that it’s all gone!

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  5. johannes123qqq says:

    I meant to say: a real vintage look! Anneke

  6. johannes123qqq says:

    Mary Ellen Hopkins was right! About 30 years agos she gave a workshop In the Netherlands. I was there.About finished tops she said : ” put them in a box for your sun’s wife”. Dont worry.Yours is finished Katy and special : stripes, yellow and scraps. Areal finished look. Love it.Anneke

  7. quiltipatti says:

    love it. that yellow is great. mary ellen hopkins used to say ‘let the fabric do the work.’ i am in total agreement. always tried to teach the students. you’ve got a lovely quilt here. good job. patti in florida

  8. I love it! Sometimes the simplest projects are the most satisfying. Love the binding fabric, too!

  9. Meredith says:

    This is wonderful!

  10. Melanie says:

    Beautiful, Katy. I really love it, everything about it. :o)

  11. cindyinschertz says:

    Another good one !!! Do you know the name/maker of the yellow, just perfect. Cindy Nelson

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