Sunday, June 9, 2013

4th of July Wallhanging (just needs borders)

Happy Sunday everyone! Yesterday I stitched together my little 4th of July wallhanging. It just needs the border (or borders) and it will be ready to quilt. I might actually make it by the 4th!


I'm thinking that I will do a narrow red border out of the stars on red tone-on-tone that I used for the buntings and then a red, white and blue border from some Alexander Henry fabric I have. It's kind of busy fabric but it will be bright and fun. You can find the pattern for this little wallhanging HERE. Corn and Beans blog has tons of great inspiration! This was a quick, easy wallhanging to do and, instead of working at my real job today, I think I'm going to work on finishing this. Lately I haven't actually finished a quilt in a long time. I have two other tops that need borders and to be quilted and tons of blocks but no finished product.

Don't forget to enter our giveaways! You can enter the giveaway for Kathy Schmitz patterns HERE. And you can enter our June Giveaway for free fabrics HERE. Have a happy Sunday! Cheery wave from Bev

7 comments:

Nancie Anne Quilts said...

Oh so very cute! I was curious what all the little pieces and parts were going to come together and be. I Like It! I think a Patriotic Quilt-Along is in order!

Karen Walker said...

love the bunting!!!! Love all the fabrics you chose. :)

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

That is a great wall hanging Bev!

20 North Ora said...

Absolutely love this wallhanging! So darling.

Judy

Lurline said...

Very patriotic - love it!
Hugs - Lurline.

gilly said...

It's fabulous! Always love the red/white/blue combination of fabrics & colours... And especially that red dotty fabric.
Have fun quilting it!
Hugs xx

PamKittyMorning said...

This turned out great. I have it pinned on pinterest , I thought it was so cute! Love your version!