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Saturday, April 26, 2014

First "real" attempt.

I made my first real attempt at custom work on my long arm. 
 
I have done straight line, wavy line stitching and meandering, but this is the first one like this.
 
 
Not perfect, but passable.
 
It's my daughter's HST quilt that she said to practice on. 
 
I hope she likes it. 
 
 
Next, I am loading a customer quilt (my sister-in-law's) that I will be doing a "ribbons and roses" panto on.  It's a queen-sized quilt, 9-patch with alternating plain blocks.  Since that quilt is done in Robyn Pandolph fabrics, I just felt that ribbons and roses fit perfectly.
 
Stay tuned.
 


8 comments:

  1. You did an amazing job!! Your daughter is going to be thrilled!
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  2. Your quilting is beautiful !

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  3. It looks great. You will get better with every quilt that you do, just like piecing and appliqueing. You picked a good design, the quilting is nice and even all over, well done! She will be very happy.

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  4. Hi Faye. Looks like you are doing great!

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  5. Very cool! Nice work. Keep it up!

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  6. Faye - your quilting looks fantastic! I have a top that I want to do feathers on but I have yet to master them.

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  7. You did a wonderful job quilting this!
    I like your pattern choice for this quilt too.

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