Quilty THIS or THAT #2

All sizes….anything that can be quilted!!!

Ivory Spring

… well, more like this, this, this, or that for this round of Quilty THIS or THAT!  The question for this THIS or THAT round is runner, baby, throw or bed?  What size of quilted projects do you like or usually make?

Runner (or Banner)?



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Large or Bed Quilt?



Let our little game begin, and do let me hear from you!

Thank you for stopping by, Dear Friends!  Everything is converging on me this week.  Nonetheless, please know that I appreciate your visits and comments.  Hugs to you all!

p.s.  Click here for Quilty THIS or THAT #1

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A quilter who rides motorcycle, living on a small hobby farm in southeastern Minnesota. Grandmother and Great Grandmother.
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7 Responses to Quilty THIS or THAT #2

  1. mtetar says:

    Truly saving the best for last and the last is best for me. It’s gorgeous! Blessings Always Everyone, Mtetar

  2. What a delightful quilt show. I am always amazed how fabric can be transformed in the hands of a quilt artist.

  3. Thread crazy says:

    Enjoyed the “mini” quilt show… a lot of beautiful quilted items here to admire. For me, I’m trying to keep my quilts throw size or less. I do have one for myself cut out which will be a bit bigger, but overall I find I like doing smaller projects as I seem to get more accomplished that way. Hugs your way…

    • treadlemusic says:

      Agreed!! I’m doing a fmq demo tomorrow and Saturday and stitching on one of the red/white piecings I did. They’re “only” 55″x 65″……perfect size!!! The Asian one is a generous queen size and makes the lap size feel even smaller!!!! Completions are always a ‘good thing’!!!!!

  4. witchylin says:

    What a gorgeous selection of quilts. There are a few that fire the imagination and get the quilting juices flowing.
    It is always good to pop over here and see the fantastic pictures you post and take a peek at your life both in quilting and on your trips. 🙂

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