|Sewing machine cover I started as my project to stipple inside a shape|
|FMQ gone wild!|
|Feathers, echoing, McTavishing and pebbling, all in this little space.|
I was able to get all of the rows of my storybook quilt put together. (Thank you Leah, I found the pressure setting on my machine).
|Just need about a 4 inch border to make it a twin sized quilt.|
My question for Leah this week is: how much FMQ per day or week did you do to get so good so fast? Was there a point when you had a break through (what was that?) and thought, wow, I can quilt anything? Did you take a lot of classes or mainly just practice at home? At what point did you start entering quilt shows? Did you enter local shows? Did you get any feedback from entering shows that helped you become a better quilter? I know that without your blog and videos, I would not have progressed nearly as fast as I have to this point - Thank You!
My stats this week are:
FLMQG solids challenge crib quilt (2 out of 9 Urban Nine Patch blocks done)
Purple heart wall hanging ( needs borders, backing, quilting and binding)
Expanding Possibilities quilt (backing completed, needs to be based and quilted)
Storybook quilt # 1 - Everything is together, just need a border and binding (QAYG )
Storybook quilt # 2 - All embroidery is done
Quokka Quilts QAYGFMQQAL quilt (13 blocks out of 30 quilted)
Sewing Machine Cover - continuing to FMQ
Geneva Public Library quilt - join and quilt (maybe make a block or two to even it out)
New projects in the cue to start: (1)
iPad case (not started)
New Wave quilt (not started)
I'm linking up with Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday and The Free Motion Quilting Project for QAL Wednesday
Color Me Quilty!