Just so you know…

I’m working on it!

in-progress

Hopefully I’ll have a chance to finish the quilting tonight. I’m dying to see it finished and washed…

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12 Responses to Just so you know…

  1. 1
    Sarah says:

    Zowie, your fast. It seems like you whip these things out in no time!

  2. 2
    Sara says:

    It’s looking good so far! I really love that wildflower print in the green/blue/orange colorway. Oh, who am I kidding, I love it all!

  3. 3
    Kristy says:

    Gotta love that color scheme. I have to agree with Sara, it’s looking great. The dark fabrics really pop.

  4. 4

    I ordered the princess and the pea fabric. Can’t wait to get it. I MUST learn how to do the machine quilting myself instead of paying someone else….

  5. 5
    kerri says:

    oh, my!! i wish i could start and finish my quilts as quickly!! i sure would have a lot more done!! :)

    thanks for inspiring us!!

  6. 6
    Regina says:

    What type of Machine do you have? just curious Cause it looks like a pfaff, which is what I have and I love love love it. Actually now that I look at the pic again I am almost sure it is cause it looks like you have the built in walking foot. I just got mine in November the QE 2046 and I just started quilting ( in march)Thanks to the Oh Fransson quilt along. I just bought the 1/4 inch foot and the bigger daring foot, Love all your quilts by the way thanks so much for all your inspiration. :)

    • 7
      admin says:

      Hi Regina,
      Thanks for the comment! I do have a Pfaff – this one in the picture is a loaner though – mine’s in the shop waiting for a part. I’ve been quite happy with the Pfaff (even though most people try to convince me to switch to a Bernina!)

  7. 8
    Regina says:

    I actually had a bernina it was a 1230 one of the very first computerized machines on the market. it was given to me by a friend and I really loved it till it started acting up on me, it would just switch stitch patterns right in the middle of sewing. I couldn’t afford to get it fixed so I traded it in for the pfaff. I think they are both great machines.

  8. 9
    tia says:

    Your quilt looks great! I can’t wait to see it all finished.

  9. 10
    lindsey says:

    don’t you just love a freshly quilted quilt?? so pretty!

  10. 11
    Ginger says:

    Wow! You are so fast, without compromising the look and quality. I’m hoping you stopped long enough to file those taxes…!

  11. 12
    Julie says:

    I love it and wish I could touch it…sounds weird, but I like touching quilts after they been quilted.

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