First off, a BIG thank you to Sharon who made 6 baby quilts for us to play with today.
Mom and Carol loaded one on mom's Millie; Andrea and I loaded two on my Millie and away we went. The idea was for us to each try something different.
Poor Andrea almost needed a step-stool to share Millie with me lol.
My free-hand loopy flower.
Continuous curve and I don't know what to call it. The arcs sure gave movement to the block.
My feeble attempt at pebbling. I'm sure it would have looked better if I had switched to red thread. This needs LOTS more practice lol.
Fun with templates
How about my fantastic feathers?? lol!!
My absolute favorite; continuous curve. Love it love it love it.
The 'finished' quilt.
Now onto one of Donna's charity quilts for us. I wanted to work with some stencils so we put this on the top border. And I totally forgot to line it up in the border before I went for it. At least I realized that on this quilt and not a real customer quilt.
My idea for this quilt was to do each row a different technique; could get interesting lol.
First line is Xs, second is a staircase type, straight lines, a straight-line star, than a really bad swirl.
Can't wait for what tomorrow brings!
And the winner of my fall card, is Sarah! I'll get that in the mail to you tomorrow Sarah.
4 love it too:
Look at you doing all that freemotion! Are you getting over your fear? Love the continuous curve and your arcs!
Love the colours and patterns you mixed for these. The Mickey one is adorable.
Too much fun! Thanks for sharing what you're working on!
Yay, thanks, Rhonda!!
I love the border quilting on that brown quilt. The crisscross wavy lines.
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