Wednesday, September 30, 2009

It's Magic

Another post on this, yes, I know, BUT . . . it's magic. What a great product. How good does this look!!
This is the back B4 washing - still with the lines . . .
threw it in the washing machine, and this is the back after with NO lines!!!
I repeat . . . "It's Magic" and you can get some from here.
Oh, and I finished sewing in all the threads on this and I LOVE it!

23 comments:

Farmyard Crafts said...

If you end up with two comments from me... I apologise. My computer is doing weird things!! Just wanted to say.... I love the quilting and how it turned out. I think you may have just sold the product for them!! The crocheting is gorgeous too!! Well done

trashalou said...

Oh Annie, they are both gorgeous. You really should have let me steal one of your quilts at Christmastime, you are so prolific you would never have noticed ;-)

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Your latest quilt is gorgeous - love the quilting - thanks for the heads up on a new product! Your Afghan is amazing - you have been busy. Enjoy the rest of the school holidays.

thornberry said...

I absolutely adore the crocheted rug, and can't believe how quickly you've made it! And the quilt is just gorgeous (and I may need to get myself some of that backing fabric). Both so beautiful!

Nikki said...

I love it too, Annie. The speed with which you whipped it together makes me want to pick up a crochet hook and do domething similar.... only... I don't think it would happen as quickly, somehow.

Jenny said...

You are certainly a wonderful advert for that product Annie-that quilt looks so so fabulous and that crochet rug is just beautiful you have done a great great job-I am still plodding along joining mine but now you have inspired me to get a wriggle on! I think you should have school holidays more often!

Bloom said...

Beautiful projects Annie! That is the nicest 'granny' rug I've seen - very stylish. And as for the 'miracle' backing - what a brilliant idea. It looks fantastic. Well done you!

Kate said...

Lovely quilt! That quilting is amazing!

Erin K said...

These are outstanding. I LOVE your quilting.

This post more than any of the other 100 or so I'm reading this morning is going to result in me doing something creative today.

bennie and patsy said...

It is a lovely quilt and quilting did wonderful. Crochet looks good to. You are fast, it takes me forever.
Patsy

Muddling Through said...

Yep, it IS magic! I am seriously going to have to find some of that. Your quilt is beautiful, and I LOVE your afghan! Two more gorgeous finishes!

sandra said...

Both gorgeous!

Sandi said...

Wow! your quilt looks even more fabulous now that it is quilted. Great new product. Thanks for showing us. Love the crocheted blanket too, well done :)

Jelly Wares said...

fabric is amazing!!! I really must be getting me some of that... Love the crochet granny squares too, just gorgeous...

Take Care
Jodie :)

Cass said...

Love it and that is magic. The crocheting is excellent too.

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Both your quilt and your blanket are fantastic! Lucy x

Calidore said...

Well done Annie. You are clever. I'm very impressed.

picciolo said...

wow both look great, I can't believe how quick you are with your quilts
: )

Leanne said...

2 great finishes there. I have seen this backing, must give it a try.

ladydi said...

What a stroke of genius someone had when introducing that backing fabric! Thank you for showing us how extraordinary it is - I keep trying to get better at machine quilting - this should help. :>}

Your crocheted blanket is beautiful, as is the quilt, of course. Do you have your students give "what I did during the holidays presentations?" You can do one, too!

Suse said...

That granny throw is to die for!

sewjourn said...

Annie they both look fabulous!!

Jean C. said...

O.k. so I really love the "new product".... but if you will... will you send an e-mail to tell me what it is and maybe I can figure out where I can find it closer to me! I have a friend who wants to do/learn more machine quilting. And I wouldn't mind learning more myself!
Thanks.... Jean
DJCogdill@msn.com