Gettin' My Grannies On

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

I started this little runner back in March.  I've had it done for a while now and wanted to take some pics before it goes off to it's new home.
I'm donating it (along with a few other things) to a boutique that is raising money for the Children's Justice Center in Provo, Utah next month.


I decided to do some big stitch quilting around each block in black perle cotton.  I don't do much hand quilting but enjoyed doing it on this very small project.  I like what it adds to this simple design.


I have a couple of hot pads that I need to finish to go along with it.  I think I'll use Lori's tutorial to finish those.  Perfect timing - since she just posted a Great Granny Pot Holder's tutorial yesterday!  Hers are so cute!!!

Don't you just love granny squares?  They're so fun to make.
Have you joined the GREAT GRANNY ALONG that Lori and Jodi are hosting?  I just drool over their Granny Squares quilts (you should click on over and check them out).  Maybe one day I'll take the time to make one of my own... cause I'm totally coveting right now.

12 comments:

  1. That is beautiful. And I love the stitches too!

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  2. Ok, I'm trying this again. haha

    I think this is beautiful and I love the stitches too!

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  3. And now that I read the top of the page I realize it says it's waiting approval. Yay, go me. :)
    Sorry about the duplicate comments.

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  4. Very cute. I loved those potholders too.

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  5. Granny squares are so much fun to make! Loving the big stitches! I hand quilted mine too =D

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  6. So crisp and clean looking, very nice.

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  7. Love the bright fabrics you're using! I want to see your hot pads when you're done. I want to make some of my own, too!

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  8. Just adorable! Love the hand quilting!

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  9. Your table runner is gorgeous! I did the great granny along and finished my quilt and even posted about it on my blog :). Grannies are really addicting!

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  10. It's beautiful and I love the hand stitching around it.

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  11. Gorgeous! And, yes, the stitches are a fabulous addition!

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