New Orleans House Project

Saturday, October 31, 2015

RSC 15: Putting the Binding on Brown

Today is the final day of sharing brown scrappy inspiration for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge.  I wanted to put the finishing touches on my little brown and orange Halloween quilt, so today I spent some time machine quilting and adding the binding.  
I might even make a big dent in hand stitching the binding as we watch the World Series in a few minutes.  Dear Husband is originally from Kansas City and is thrilled to see his hometown team in the Series again after 30 years.  

In honor of Halloween, I'll leave you with a couple of links featuring New Orleans All Hallows decorations.  The first link is to an elaborate and punny skeleton party.  The second features a myriad of spookier decorations.  Happy Halloween!

9 comments:

  1. it's so festive. I have that border fabric! LeeAnna

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  2. I'm formerly from KC, too, but I date back to the Kansas City Athletics...
    I love your quilt!

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  3. The pumpkin border definitely makes this a great fall/Hallowe'en quilt. Great finish to the month.

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  4. Beautiful finish! Just in time for the holiday! Enjoy your hand stitching time.

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  5. Congrats on,a fun Halloween finish,

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  6. Great Halloween finish! I've been toying with an idea for a new Halloween quilt. If I begin soon it could be done by next year's festivities!

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  7. Perfect day to put the finishing touches on your BROWN and orange quilt!!

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  8. Congratulations on a finish. Such a CUTE Halloween quilt!

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