A Quilting and Nursing blog!!
Julie, you are a master of borders! The curves on that first quilt's borders are magnificent! And, of course, the quilt is not less gorgeous! I know the commitment to hand quilting, too. But as you say, with a little time consistently give, we make progress.
Rosie has such good taste 😊 Both of these quilts are beautiful!
That top quilt is a stunner! You are a good example for me. I have a quilt in my hoop that I started hand quilting I think over a year ago--and there it sits. Haven't touched it in months. I should follow your lead with 30 minutes a day.The Irish chain (double?) is a scrappy beauty! Congrats on that finish!
Gorgeous quilts. Congratulations on getting them finished 30 minutes at a time. Hand tacking binding is tedious and not my favorite part of quilting.
Beautiful applique' top! love those pinks!! hooray for hand quilting
So lovely! I posted about hand quilting today! I'm going to try the 30 minutes every day and see how far i can get. My hand has been hurting so its harder to stick with. Even more of a reason for me to get it done!
It's nice to have some hand stitching projects. My applique project is at a point where I need to do some machine work before I can hand stitch again. It's really messing with my TV watching time!
So many pretties on your blog of late. AND a handquilted project, too. WOW! Amazeballs! HAHA
You've been super sucessful with those 30 minutes! It's a positive suggestion for all of us.
Good job on finishing your gorgeous quilt!
Both are so pretty!!
Yay for the hand quilting! A little goes a long way.:)
You have a lot to show for your time set aside to quilt! its beautiful!
Your applique quilt is wonderful, Julie!
Amazing how much can be done consistent use of blocks of time. Quilt is beautiful.
I am always amazed at what just a few minutes a day can accomplish. I have used this method to get in some exercise also. Your quilts are very pretty.
I love your DIC quilt. Would you like to see mine which I did last summer. I have also quilted it with Gammill.http://toolontilkkupaja.blogspot.fi
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