In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
Your gigantisize quilt is beautiful.I can't imagine quilting anything that large.How do you get it done so fast?
WTG. You will have those 3 quilts whipped out in no time. I just know they are going to be beautiful.
I was able to quilt today - finished my tote and caught up with Craftsy BOM.
Have you ever become so mesmerized by the the machine doing a decorative stitch you forgot to watch the material? Boy what a mess I had and all that frogging!!
Beth from Illinois
I got a lap size UFO sandwiched and ready to quilt tomorrow. And traced the applique pieces onto fusible for March"s BOM small hanging.
Where do you get your battery pack from I need 2 of them to just keep myself in your dust.
Darlene:How do you get it done so fast?
Darlene I don't feel like I did this one that fast...LOL> It took about 40 hrs and 40 bobbins of thread to do the quilting on this baby. I usually can quilt a king size quilt in about 10 hrs.
Is anyone working on the "Just takes 2" quilt? These are january's blocks
Jacy, very pretty
Annie, all your projects are wonderful
Love those blocks, especially in red, Jacy! Where/what is "Just takes 2?"
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
I haven't seen this pattern before. Your blocks are very pretty.
Jacy ,I have not seen these ,but yours are very pretty .Barbara
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
Annie you have been a very busy girl. I love all your projects
Jacy, your red and white quilt is going to be wonderful. Where do you find it takes two, and does that refer to the color.
I bribed my little girl with a lint brush, cleaned her up, changed her little foot, told her what a sweetheart she is, and she worked like a dream. Go figure. The center of tisket is quilted, on to the borders in the next couple of days, and I can put another UFO to bed. This is the tiniest quilting I have ever done. I could use a lot more practice, but I'm happy with it overall.
gini in north idaho