Friday, April 26, 2013
These pictures show the progression of my day...IT WAS WONDERFUL!!! My friend Chris invited me to help machine quilt the "I SPY" quilt that I have been working on for the last 2 weeks. (This is the quilt that I had to un-sew 4 rows of awful quilting.) I got to her home about 9a, we got everything all set up, and began quilting. This was my very first experience on a long arm machine. It was very scary, but VERY fun! I sure hope that she invites me to her creating space again. It always takes longer then expected. She had several beautiful "show and tell" projects to show me. I always get so inspired when I get to see where others create and their stashes. I came home about 11:30a and ate some lunch. Then I sewed the binding on and hand sewed it down. I finished by 3pm. Now I have another finished project! Every square is different, with the fun smiling lady bugs on the border. It measures 59x65. It is just plain FUN!
I guess I haven't learned to rotate pictures yet, but aren't these colors yummy? This was a stack of new fabrics Chris had on her desk, for a new project that she is working on. She is going on a shop hop this weekend, and will get some additional matching fabrics.
My week ended on a very high note, I hope that yours is doing the same. Have a wonderful relaxing weekend. I would appreciate your ideas and comments, they make my day!!
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How fun to be able to use a long arm!! I know you had a great time!
Hi Vicki, Glad to find your blog through your comment left on Crazy Mom Quilts. Wow... that must have been one exciting morning... working on a long arm! Nice quilt! I am looking forward to browsing your other blog posts and following in the future! God bless and have a super weekend!
your i spy quilt looks great! how fun to be able to quilt it on a long arm. it is so scary and fun, rolled into one, isn't it?
thanks for linking up to finish it up Friday!
Oh what a fun post to rejuvinate at Tuesday Archives!! Email me know if you want to swap some 4 inch squares. I'm collecting again...but this time to make one for my classroom! The kids will love it!
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