i keep wondering if it's appropriate to have that as a regular title...
other than a lot of gardening (our yard makes my heart happy with all its' pretty blooming flowers), i really don't have a lot to say.
that's not entirely true.
i've had quite a few people ask about borders and backings.
so i will start that post after i show you what i worked on this week...
|joan's motorcycle quilt.|
quilted with double bubble but really big with yale blue thread.
|carla's fall star quilt.|
quilted this one with indian summer pantograph with a variegated rust thread.
|carla's christmas horse quilt.|
we used the holiday garland pantograph with a light brown thread.
|one of my ufo's!|
seriously...it's about 7 years old. finally got pillows made.
|carla's flying geese quilt.|
used bauhaus pantograph with a variegated light blue thread.
|kathleen's log cabin quilt...custom quilted this beauty.|
feathers in the large black areas.
stitch in the ditch in the red and small black areas.
cross hatching in the outside border.
|close up of kathleen's quilt.|
the markings are with a chalk that washes out.
|sherry's raiders quilt for her brother.|
double bubble pantograph with a dark gray solid thread.
we live in hawks territory.
as you can imagine D said, "charge them an extra $50 for bringing that thing into my home."
as they were standing right there they knew it was a joke.
i've got a few projects of my own going at the moment.
here's to pictures to keep you guessing...
can you guess?!?
i hope not!
but they're really good!