Let's start with the good stuff, the baby birds. Even though it's the same thing every year and all of the clutches basically look the same, I never tire of seeing this. But I couldn't stay too long because there was more quilting to do!
I got today's 2 quilts loaded and basted Wednesday and the quilted yesterday. This one was made by Sharon and might look familiar. Glenda made one like this a couple of months ago. Sharon saw it, liked it and decided to make one too. It's a simple design of 16-patch blocks but it's very striking.
I just couldn't do another set of quilts with the Square Spiral so I switched to Woven Wind for these 2. Woven wind is probably the fastest pantograph in my small collection to quilt.
I think I'm remembering correctly when I say that Gwendolyn made this quilt. It's a really nice layout and I love the green and black as a palette.
Inside the squares is this cook cheetah fabric. The color is more accurate in the full quilt photo. This one is showing a little too yellow.
The last 2 quilts are loaded and the first one is quilted! I got it done last night. I'll finish the last one for the month this morning while the chimney sweep is here. I think I'll take a couple of days break from quilting and do some sewing instead. I need to make some postcards, bind my one veterans quilt and work on the hiking backpack. After I finish those projects I'll get back to quilting because there's a baby quilt, the firefighter quilt and 3 queen size quilts waiting to be quilted. Lots to do!
This weekend is going to be about my sewing room projects though and I'll get back to the longarm next week.
I hope you have a great weekend.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.