Monday, January 16, 2012

Serger Quilt

This weekend I finished a double Serger Quilt. 
They are a quick and easy quilt to do...
You serge each piece, top, backing and batting all at once..
so when the front is finished...
The back is finished as well.
Since they are serged it is hard to keep them square..
It is difficult to make them bigger than a full size
as it is a lot of fabric to handle in the serger...
but if you want a quilt fast... (you can easily make one in 2 days)
It's a great way to make a smaller quilt!

17 comments:

  1. Wow! That is really a beautiful quilt!

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  2. I like your quilt. I not have a serger, but I've been considering getting one for several years.

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  3. It turned out great, I love the colors you used.

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  4. Great job. I've never heard of a Serger Quilt.

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  5. What a beautiful quilt! I always admire people who can sew and quilt - such a creative and useful talent.

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  6. gorgeous!! it's all greek to me....it's one craft i have never attempted!!

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  7. Hmmm....wish I'd known of this when I was making all my scrap quilt tops in the spring and summer. Do you have instructions? That's a lovely quilt!

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  8. really pretty! so when are you doing a quilt giveaway? ha ha ha!

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  9. Its beautiful, Flora. I made several quilts when I was younger and sewed a lot. Wish I had a serger back then.
    Hugs,
    Pam

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  10. Okay that was beautiful - is there any thing you can't do girl? Whew. sandie

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  11. I totally love the quilt -- but everything you said was over my head -- swoosh! :)

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  12. Wow, that's so neat! I wish I still had my serger. It's quilting I might be able to do! Very nice quilt!

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  13. Wow, now that's impressive! I don't have a clue what serging is, but it sounds like the way to go! Stay indoors if you don't have to go out there Flora, it's so darn cold!

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  14. So pretty and I love those earth tone colors! blessings,Kathleen

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  15. Beautiful quilt! Unfortunately, I am not a seamstress!

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  16. Thank you for telling me, in my comments, that you could comment in my blog.

    But... I can not do so, on your latest post. ????? But I did get the comment box to show, on this next-to-last-post here. I do so hope you see it.

    Wow, what cold weather you have! I must remember to never complain about ours, down here in the North East of the US!!!!

    What precious things you still have.... The wee little sewing machine in your latest post. All your vintage things, are lovely. So glad you have saved them.

    Gentle hugs,
    "Auntie"

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