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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Three Finishes


Today was a day for finishing things. This little wall hanging needed some beads sewn on and the hanging sleeve attached.


I got some fabric glue called Tug-o-War to glue on the pompoms. I remember that glue from when I was a child. I didn't realize they even made it anymore. The nice thing is that it dries clear. I used it on the first wall hanging pictured here to glue down the sparkly trim on the pink tail.




And here is the Coffee Table Runner all quilted and bound.
It feels good to get a few things finished.

11 comments:

Faith said...

I love your bright happy colours in your wall hangings they are different and special, they should hang in an art gallery they are great,

meggie said...

Coffee tablr runner is really nice. I love the beaded handle on the bag, did you make it from your beads?
You never bore with your wonderful posts!

Lazy Gal Tonya said...

happy and fun. I can never get over just how quick you are.

Exuberant Color said...

Insant gratification with small pieces finished. I love to do small pieces after I have worked on a large one.

Brenda said...

congrats on the finishes. and the circle play does look like fun. any luck finding the fruity fabric? someone else emailed me about it too. fabricland won't know why its suddenly so popular!

Lynn said...

These are all such fun pieces.
The second one looks like a Japanese kamono. Very bright and cheery...

Vicki W said...

Great projects! I really love the middle one.

Darcie said...

Fine finishes, Joyce! There really isn't much that is unfinished in your studio though, is there? ;-)

holly said...

What great finishes. I love the first one.

Chris said...

Nice to meet you Joyce. Your work is wonderful. I will be stopping back to see what you are up to soon. Chris @ Dye Candy & the Shady Grove

Malke The Quilter said...

I like the "un-even" aspect of the finishes. I like that out of the ordinary look.