A finish for this week

img_5408aI ended up quilting this more densely than usual.   It is a crocodile pattern to go with the fishing flannel on the back.  I didn’t realize how dense it would be.   However, it is okay and it is a finished product.

Then I thought I’m make a pumpkin potholder.   Does anyone know how to put bias around a potholder so it looks good?   Sally – is there a big secret to this.   I’m tossing this one on which I practiced.   It is very sad.

3 Responses

  1. Ila Migut says:

    Your quilt is really nice! And I’ve never done a pot holder (OMG! I barely cook!) but Vic has a tutorial here
    Good luck!

  2. Sally Walter says:

    Hi, Sharon! I am catching up on your blog. We were in New England for a week and I just read this post. What kind of bias did you use for your potholder? I generally use self-made double fold bias left over from placemats. Here is a blog entry that demonstrates the method I use but I use a small 3 step zz with invisible thread and stitch from the top to secure the binding: http://whip-stitch.com/tutorial-bias-edge-pot-holder/