Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Mini Quilt Action


experimentation . . .

. . . and beginning to quilt my 9 patch

1/4 the way through

14 comments:

CurlyPops said...

I'm in awe of the amount of patience that it takes to get a full size quilt quilted on a domestic sewing machine..... I'm panicking just thinking about it!

rachelmp said...

You must be loving these Wednesdays!

Thimbleanna said...

Oooh, your quilting looks so pretty -- that 9-patch is going to be fabulous! I love the cute little mini quilt too!

wonderwoman said...

o wow it all looks gorgeous! I tried machine quilting and got way too much puckering!!

xx

trash said...

Oh the joy of unfettered time at home, huh?

Kerri said...

So nice. Love you quilting.

Lizzie said...

I love your little experiment Annie, I'm right into raw edge applique at the moment, I think it's my new favourite. The nine patch is looking really good...
lizzie
xxx

our shabby cottage said...

Looking good Annie. i started quilting Master 9's quilt yesterday, but gave up!

Jan said...

I love the raw edge circles on the mini quilt, Annie. Your quilting on both projects looks so good; machine quilting scares the pants off me!

Suzie said...

It looks like you are having fun with machine quilting! Happy quilting!

picciolo said...

That quilting looks like a mammoth task! And I like your use of raw edges in your experimentation, they look great
: )

Jenny said...

Days off certainly agre with you! Looking good

Anonymous said...

Hi Annie,

It's Lindy here, have been thinking about you a bit over the holidays and wondering how you are going? It certainly looks like you have been a very busy hobbyist!! Wow you have made some beautiful things. Send me a txt with your email so I can add you to my contacts so we can keep in touch. Hope you are well. Love Lindy xoxo

Lavon said...

How much time does it take to quilt on a regular machine. I have completed one quilt on a regular machine and i really wish I could have done a better job. Any tips will be appreciated.

Thanks