I finished the college bound, scrappy strip twist quilt for my niece. I’m extremely pleased w/how it turned out! She is going to love it!
I practiced FMQ – meandering in the pink borders. It’s not the prettiest job, but the important things are: I’m practicing, thus getting better AND I used a light colored thread so you can’t see how not-so-curvy it really is. 😉
I’ve been experimenting more w/taking pics of my quilts. This one was too long to hang where I usually do to get a full frontal. I realize pics don’t have to be full frontal but whenever I just “lay” the quilt over the end of the sofa or a wall, it looks stupid. Anyone have any pointers?
I also finished this little charity quilt. At the last QA meeting, someone brought in a bunch of individual 10″ squares already quilted. I grabbed a handful and this is what they became.
I came across this handy dandy post by +bellezza squillace on how to fold and store quilts. I’ve tried this several times. Mine still aren’t as neat looking as the originators pic seen here, but they will no longer have hard creases down and across the middle! =)
Remember the puppy I wrote about in this post? I named her Ivy. I brought her home last night. I got her from my dear friend +Pam Hammond. If anyone is interested in a Blue Heeler aka Australian Cattle Dog, she has 4 pups for sale; 2 females, 2 males. I’m hoping Ivy and Inka (our cat), will be fast friends soon.
Look how much Ivy has changed in 5 weeks. They are born white and quickly develop their colors/spots like Dalmatians (because they were cross bred with Dalmatians way back when). She has beautiful markings w/ a single mask and was the only pup in the litter w/brown ears.
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Thanks for stopping by. Until next time, Happy Quilting!
A Thread for Life
But encourage one another day after day, as long as it is still called “Today,” so that none of you will be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin. Heb 3:13 NASB