Last night I finished two baby quilt tops, prepped the backing and cut out the batting. Today I will get to quilt them on the longarm at the LQS I work at. Hopefully I will have them bound and washed by Thursday for donating to newborns of needy families. Next up is finish quilting a wedding gift for a cousin and piece a backing for another quilt that
My son can make my heart melt into a big mushy mess in no time. We were cuddling in bed this morning and he wraps his little hand around my fingers and my heart melts. The power little ones hold without even knowing it. have a great day everyone.
So I wrote my first blog post a few months ago and haven't done one since. But I want to get more involved in this quilting community so I'll try to stick with it a little more. Since my last post I have completed a couple of quilt tops and long armed quilted a top my mom made for one of her sisters. I have even written a pattern for one of
Like most quilters, I have about a dozen projects I am working on or have lined up to be started. Today I actually worked on three of them. The project I have been working on the longest ( I call it my almost amish quilt) I put one side of a border on, only three more to go. Then cut up some sets off of strips for nine patch blocks, and washed and pressed