This is my daughter in law's first finished quilt! "Finished" because she has been working on a quilt top, but needed to put together a baby quilt quickly for a gift. I taught her how to use the Juki on the quilting frame yesterday and she quilted it up with stars and swirls. She did great. I think she is a natural. : )
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Wednesday, September 03, 2014
I have been experimenting with Reverse Appliqué on the sewing machine. fun fun fun. You layer your quilt sandwich with a second layer on top, do the stitching, then cut away parts thru the first layer only... Very easy, and fun to watch the color pattern emerge as you cut.
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Last day of August. Long weekend.
A week ago I trimmed the corner of my finger off with the rotary cutter, but I am back at it this weekend. Today I sewed thru another finger. Oh my.
This weekend's projects were to patch a very utilitarian bed-cover slash dog-blanket. It had multiple holes in it from happy little dog claws rolling and crawling. I figure I'll just keep adding patches until it totally resembles a Japanese boro cover.
I put together and quilted my first donation quilt of the year. I am way behind on making donation quilts this year. This one still needs the binding and washing. It was made out of a stack of green and aqua scraps, and I put a white french rose in the corner.
I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday weekend!
Sunday, August 03, 2014
I enjoy posting my "finishes" here. Thanks to all who look and or comment. :)
I finished up 2 more this weekend, the first is a gender neutral baby quilt that goes with us to Minnesota in a few weeks to another nephew's first baby.
The second one is a patriotic quilt for some friends of ours.
These both went together quick and easy (my type of quilt) and will hopefully put a smile on someones face and wrap them with a hug.