Saturday, January 3, 2009

What Difference A Border Makes!

**Update - someone commented anonymously and asked if I was going to do the embroidered borders on each block now that they are sewn together. If you mean doing the fly stitch - yes, and I think that part will go really fast compared to all of the other stitcheries!
Two posts in one day - a first for me! I sewed the borders on the snow people and just had to show you what a difference it makes in how they look! Mr. Squash held it up for me so I could get a better photo. He's been hard at work today raking leaves and cleaning up the yard from our snowstorms!

Here is a close-up of the border - a tiny red and white polka dot.
Also, don't forget to leave a comment on this post for the Whirl Into Winter giveaway!

7 comments:

Brenda@Spareminute cottage said...

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Brenda

Anonymous said...

i am doing this quilt too and i was wondering if you are going to put the emb. borders on each block now that they are joined. i think it looks great and was dreading doing that.
Jane

Red Geranium Cottage said...

I love it!!! How very cute!

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

I am in love with that quilt!!!!

barefootT said...

I love those snowmen!!! please tell me where did you get the pattern???? thanks for the giveaway. your blog looks very nice, I plan to come back and spend some more time with you..warmheartthunder@yahoo.com

Wendy said...

Your redwork stitchery is adorable....I love doing redwork. What...raking leaves....we have over 2 feet of snow covering everything.

The Demanding Doll said...

This is the best photo I've seen of this quilt including stores who sell the pattern. I just purchased it and really wasn't sure what all the snowmen(women) were doing. Just knew I'd like it. :)

Thanks for sharing the great pics.