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thanks. not magical. I'm just not working much right now so lots of time. I have decided I'm not ready to retire, so contacting recruiters in January.
Yes, Tim Latimer is great. Just wish he was back in the game. I watch them from time to time. I found this photo on Pinterest. My first thought was John Flynn's frame. A gal I know bought one, never spent the time to learn how to use it and gave it to me. I've used it but space was a problem at the time. NOW I have space but need to get longer boards. It only has 5 ft rollers. I guess I'm like her, just don't put the time into practicing to learn. BUT I SHALL- eventually
That is a pretty one.Are you hanging it on the wall?
Thanks. Yes, that's the plan. I have a quilting hanging over the sofa in the den, thinking I'll put it there during the holidays.
It was a great weekend! I came home with the car packed to the gills! Good thing I didn't bring the truck!!
You should give PITA more credit, he does a great job, and will pick out eyelashes when we don't check our quilting closely enough!! It was that bobbin, I am sure/ He is doing a great job on the diamonds!!
Thanks for all the scraps!! I have to unpack the car today!
wow, I'm tired just reading about your adventures. Amazing how Sharon's husband has taken to quilting. Mine periodically says something about learning to use my sewing machine, but then never follows thru.
Finished the quilting last night, one of the new designs learned recently. Now to sew on the binding. I am NOT going to wash it until after the holidays (If I can control myself). I have always prewashed my fabric but many of these fabrics are VERY old, from my earliest days quilting and there's a good chance they will bleed - I'm eyeing the two batiks specifically. I want to have this up for the holidays, not soaking in the bathtub all weekend.
I really like your quilting pattern! Great job!!
Since you intend to use this as a wall hanging...DON"T WASH it...ever... vacuum if it gets dusty...but I bet not even that will happen if you only put it up during the Christmas season.