I finished my triangle challenge....
I had LOTS of help in the kitchen!
Slicing and dicing.....
Stirring and mixing!!!!
For this little mini quilt I added some fast finish triangles.
It's an easy way for my swap partner to hang the quilt....
IF she wants to.
I used 5" squares, folded them
put them in the top corners before
stitching the binding down.
I LOVED putting ALL those stitches in!
Stitching and talking...
Talking and stitching....
A wonderful way to spend
I LOVE that tree and you quilting makes it! Excellent. Looks like fun in the kitchen.ReplyDelete
Of course she will want to hang it. It is so cool. The hand quilting really makes it and the triangle border is great.ReplyDelete
Cute triangle tree. Lucky you with all the kitchen help. Looks like everyone had fun.ReplyDelete
What a great group of helpers. It is what Thanksgiving is all about, family together. The added bonus of finishing up the triangle tree is just whipped cream on the pumpkin pie.ReplyDelete
I love the triangle idea for hanging. Never saw that before.
Beautiful and fun tree Beth!!! I enjoy seeing your family photos as well. Great helpers you have there.ReplyDelete
Yes. I see Lots of help in the kitchen :DReplyDelete
Sweet little triangle tree. Reminds me of the little Charlie Brown Christmas tree.
lovely, lovely, lovely. I was going to suggest those fast finish triangle for the challenge, but I forgot.ReplyDelete
It's great! I love the stitches - is it perle cotton?ReplyDelete
Lots of fun for all. Beautiful work - in the kitchen and the sewing :0)ReplyDelete
The hand quilting looks so great! Happy Belated Thanksgiving to you. :)ReplyDelete
I love your little triangle tree! And thanks for the tip about the quick-hang corners - I've never seen them done that way before, but it's so easy!!ReplyDelete
I agree, love your triangle tree! What a great idea - and your hand stitching is lovely! BUT...help in the kitchen? Priceless!ReplyDelete
Your tree quilt is fabulous!!ReplyDelete
what a nice group of kitchen helpers
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving
Love the way it turned out!ReplyDelete
Great help with the cooking. We had Thanksgiving on Saturday so my Thursday was free!
I love the triangle tree! The quilting is wonderful, and the backing is so cute. You do such amazing work.ReplyDelete
wow, Beth, I LOVE how you quilted it! Adorable. And your helpers and kitchen look so fun and festive :)ReplyDelete