Monthly Archives: June 2013

Choosing the best quilting…

To refresh your memory, this is the final quilt top from Lily’s bandanas, which were apparently her favorite accessory, next to her people, of course.  Lily, was a lovely golden retriever who resided with her family on the coast of … Continue reading

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Finished product

The charity quilts are finished.  I quilted already pieced tops as discussed in my last blog. Here are the finished quilts.  I need to practice machine binding, but I’m happy with the quilting.  Again, I used the Double Dutch pantograph … Continue reading

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Charity Quilts

I’ve been working on charity quilts for Quilts Beyond Borders.  QBB sends to the quilter the pieced top, backing and binding.  The quilter supplies the batting, quilts the layers and finishes off the binding. Besides providing constructive practice time, I … Continue reading

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A couple of weeks ago I took a vacation to work on my longarm.  That first weekend it was rainy and dark.  Now, I had known I needed better lighting and had been thinking about possibilities, but I thought there … Continue reading

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