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  • My MQ6 totally finished!

    I am so happy to finally be done with all the quilting on this quilt. I worked on it on and off over the past two years. Now I am looking forward to autumn season so that we can enjoy its colors. I did a grid pattern through the ivory blocks, and I FMQd the jelly roll patch blocks. I was able to fmq the ivy leaf vine just before the borders. This was
    Posted to MaryQs's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Mary789 on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Finished the quilting on my MQ6!

    I am so happy to be done with all the steps to complete this quilt. I had a longarm quilter baste it for me, but I did all the quilting on my machine. On and off, I would work on other projects, but would return to this quilt so that one day it would be finished. And now it is! I now look forward to this next autumn season so that we can enjoy its colors
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #6 - Bittersweet (MediaGallery) by Mary789 on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Stitch length for attaching binding

    Is using 3.0 length stitches a good idea for attaching binding to the quilt sandwich? I am using the walking foot. Or, should I still use the 2.5 stitch length? I can't believe I am finally at this point on my MQ6!
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Mary789 on Thu, Apr 10 2014
  • On the borders!

    I am getting excited! I finished the quilting on the blocks, and am now on the white border. This has been a learning experience. I made better progress using a size 12 needle instead of the smaller 10. I did most of the blocks echoing the seams, but on the solid color blocks, I went ahead and stitched a design. I am going to be so happy when I can
    Posted to Hand-Quilting Club (Forum) by Mary789 on Sun, Mar 2 2014
  • Re: Are you ready for MQ7

    Gina, Really pretty mq7. I am presently working on a quilt using this same pretty fabric line. I love the green borders that you chose.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Mary789 on Tue, May 28 2013
  • Re: Did You Work on a Quilt Today? #8

    Really pretty Jen, Love the colors of your fabrics.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Mary789 on Mon, May 27 2013
  • Finished the first block :)

    I am now on the 2nd block! It was slow progress at first, but I am picking up speed. It is still going to take a while. When I work on hand quilting, it is usually for an hour or an hour and a half if I am lucky. This is ok with me, because I am also machine quilting MQ6 on my machine. If I get tired of working on one, I move to the other quilt so that
    Posted to Hand-Quilting Club (Forum) by Mary789 on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: 10 stitches per inch...really?

    Marie, thanks for your kind words. It is very encouraging to know that the stitches do not have to be perfect. If one of my stitches gets a little too long, I do draw the needle out so that it doesn't look bad. I want to have fun running the needle and thread around the pattern. I do have a new question on this topic. Is it ok to go from one side
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Mary789 on Mon, May 6 2013
  • Re: 10 stitches per inch...really?

    Agnes, your quilt is beautiful! Congratulations on winning an award! That is an awesome pattern and it looks very pretty with those fabrics you used.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Mary789 on Sun, May 5 2013
  • Started the hand quilting!

    Hello hand quilters! I am excited because I just made the first quilting stitches on a lap size quilt. Not all my stitches are perfect, but that is ok with me. I still like the way they look! I imagine I will get better stitches as I progress. I used a layer cake American Banner Rose as well as some fabrics from my stash. I am using glace cotton thread
    Posted to Hand-Quilting Club (Forum) by Mary789 on Sun, May 5 2013
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