Thursday, January 23, 2014

The Ghastlie Dresden Is Quilted

I got my Dresden quilt back from Quilted Works who did a great job quilting it, as usual.
The back has black minky on it which will be warm and snuggly next Halloween.

Dresdenlie Ghastlie

I love the quilted flowers!

Meet my new doll, Frankie Stein, from Monster High...Ghouls Rule!

When I saw this type of doll on a post at Freemotion by the River...I HAD to have one!

While I waited for it to be quilted, I prepared the binding and then stored it on
these old fashioned clothespins. It rolls up so nice and neat!


Last weekend one of my daughter's came to visit and sewed herself a quilt.
It was fun teaching her some tricks about sewing and quilting.

I rolled her binding, too!

Grow Your Blog starts on January 25th!
Lots and lots of new blogs to check out and I'll be having a giveaway, too.
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21 comments:

  1. I guess I will have to track down a doll!!! you know I love it and your kwilt. Great rip on using the clothes pin for storing binding!

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  2. I love the clothespin idea.

    Your Ghastlie Dresdan looks great.

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  3. It's so fun to teach a little quilting to loved ones.
    Great idea with the clothes pins.
    Lovely Dresden quilt and I agree, that quilting is very nice.

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  4. The quilt the doll and clothespin idea love them alllllll you are my king oh ghoul lol thinking so far ahead
    I need some of these clothespins for my ruffles lol

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  5. I use the spindle pins too. Oh, I think those dolls are dreadful. As much as I love Ghastlie fabrics - those dolls are too creepy to even have with a project.

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  6. I love your Ghastilie quilt. It is so stunning. The idea of the cloth pins to save the binding is very good. Pity we don´t have that kind of pins in Sweden.

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  7. Love all of those Monster High dolls. They seem quiet the rage. Love the Ghastlies quilt...

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  8. Great Ghastlie Dresden... love the flower quilting, which seems just the opposite of what you would expect. Nice job!

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  9. Love the quilt and the clothespin trick. I'm gonna borrow that binding storage tip for my next quilt :).

    Trade ya a monster high doll for your quilt lol. I have a Draculaura. Ok why fib I have them all. The preteens are obsessed with them so I stocked up for the sleepovers they have.

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  10. Great job on the quilt Carol...I'll be there with you Growing Your Blog....should be fun.

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  11. Love the quilt, and the quilting is fabulous.

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  12. Your Ghastlie turned out great. Perfect doll to go with it too! I use clothespins for storing my hand embroidery thread because I usually don't make my binding until I am ready to sew it on the quilt or I would store it that way too.

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  13. Love the clothespin idea! Your dresden turned out beautiful!

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  14. The Ghastlie quilt is awesome. I never heard of those dolls. I'm sure she'll be making another appearance for the Wicked Blog Hop 2014. Love the idea of using a clothespin for binding.

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  15. Your quilt is too awesome! Lovein the pink and I do love a Dresden.... I love the tip about the old fashioned clothes pin. Lucky you that your daughter wants to quilt !

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  16. Love the finished Dresden quilt! Thanks for the clothespin tip...I use the empty lint roller handles to wrap my binding.

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  17. Hi!!! I love it all!!!! The little doll too!!! Great clothespin idea!!!!

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  18. Sorry! There's NO. WAY. that Dresden quilt is Ghastlie. It is beautiful. ;-)

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  19. Very nice finishes! I love the ghastlies!

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  20. You know me...I love the Ghastlies and your giant Dresden is just great. I know you will enjoy that one.

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