Friday, September 6, 2013

Gunnr's Buffalo Quilt...



I haven't spent much time in the Thread Shed

since June....



Thread Shed and Hen House






We have had rainy days, so I am ready

to play indoors today...







Come on in....let's see what the day brings!







My Happy Room awaits me...







Gunnr has decided it is time to make him

a Quilt of his very own...






Gunnr has 2 loves......Buffalo and Cheese

I rounded up a few fabrics for that theme!






Very Cheesy Fabric...







Once the fabric selection was over...

Gunnr settled down for a nap

 under the sewing machine.







The Dinner Plate Dahlias are putting on a show

just outside the Thread Shed Window...






Let the piecing begin...







First 2 fabrics pieced together...







I added on a hunk of cheese fabric...







First 4 fabrics pieced together...

I will continue adding fabrics 

until the quilt is long enough.







Gunnr was more than happy to try out the quilt top

for size...







I rounded up some flannel fabric for the back side...







The Buffalo Quilt is......under the needle!


CLICK HERE to view the finished quilt



Have you signed up for my Soy Wax class yet?

Click the link below to find out more...


CLICK HERESoy Wax Batik Class 9/28/13


CLICK HERE: Thread Shed Tour


CLICK HERE to view my online Sketch Book



CLICK HERE:  to see My Quilts


May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

6 comments:

Habibti at Home said...

Wow. What a great quilting space!! I am so jealous.

Lorette Cole said...

Too cute! Love that cheese fabric! And your studio/thread shed looks like a very cozy place to quilt!

Helen in the UK said...

You have such a wonderful sewing space. Glad to see that Gunner is 'supervising' the whole process :)

Sarah Ann Smith said...

Agreed...FABULOUS space! Fabulous doggie! Lucky doggy (and perhaps, I think, lucky doggy-mum!).

Cheers, Sarah

Unknown said...

Beautiful Thread Shed, what a lovely place to create!

A friend who plays flute in an Indian flute group wants some fabric with buffalo to make covers for flutes. Can you tell me where some might be ordered?

LuAnn Kessi said...

Buffalo fabric can be found on the internet. Just do a search for: Buffalo Fabric. There's lots!
LuAnn