My  Texas Gets Red Bandanas – and some love quilt was sew much fun that I had to do it again. and again.

“Bob and Weave” seemed like it  wanted a yellow binding,

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with a geometric backing.

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Stitched in the ditch of course

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with a little top stitching on the background to sweeten it up a bit.

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The plaid S Block is a Man’s quilt! Ladies and children can enjoy it too, possibly reminding them of their dear ol Dad?

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Not a huge fan of pieced backings – unless it looks like it was done on purpose – which this was. The navy has a very nice – soft, yet sturdy – hand to it, and I gave it a cuddle before taking it my friend’s to send.

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Straight line stitching in the ditch, where there was one. I first used Navy thread in the bobbin, and after stitching all the lines that had the navy on the backside, I switched to a tan, and then did all those.

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Here is our  latest shipment. Both husbands are holding them sideways, but Sue and I, aren’t saying a word.

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A Fire Chief gets some love . . .
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#BobandWeave #Sblock #QuiltsForTexas

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One thought on “Texas Gets More Love

  1. Hi,
    What lovely quilts – I am 100% sure that anyone who receives this will feel the love and thoughtfulness that they were made with. ~smile~ Roseanne

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