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Shelley that is beautiful. You sure do a beautiful job. And put in a lot of work to it.
oooh - it's gorgeous now...it will be gorgeous-er when the vines, flowers and leaves are done.
Your llama farm is beyond incredible. It amazes me how quickly you got it finished. My granddaughter would adore it.
Amazing quilt - beautiful collection of thread. The way you have your thread displayed would draw me into wanting to quilt. Inspirational!
Oh my word, look at that scrumptious thread. I got rid of most of my embroidery thread thinking I wouldn’t use it. Now I am quilting with rulers and slowly replacing the thread collection! Your color wheels are amazing.
Texas flag quilt almost done. I am deciding whether I want to quilt it before attaching the star or not. This is a commission quilt and honestly I've already spent too much time on it, I decided to add two more rows/columns to make it bigger since I had enough fabric and that cost some time. Now I'm not sure how involved I need to get on the quilting. Do I do an all over design, even over the star? Do I change thread colors, etc etc. so I'm going to spend this evening practicing some quilting ideas, hoping that will help me decide.
I think it would be great to just put horizontal wavy lines in the white and red sections, and maybe echo quilting for the star section.