I didn't have any where near the problems I had last week. Leading me to believe that most (although not all) of my problems are caused from the weight of the quilt or me pulling/pushing on the needle to get the quilt to move. I can't wait to get the insert to my Gidget 2 table, I think that will have a profound impact on my quilting.
So my question for Leah is about the Ikea table and adjustable legs you show in this post. Since I don't have an Ikea within at least 200 miles of me, I will need to order them online. You show two tables, one that you said you cut down. I'm assuming it was the one behind the machine. Could you share the exact dimensions of both tables and your combined sewing table configuration? How did you cut the table down, table or circular saw? Did this affect the pre-drilled holes for the legs? Was the raw edge of the table a problem? I love your sewing machine set-up, so any pertinent information would be hugely appreciated.
I wasn't able to get a whole lot accomplished this week and I will probably get even less done this coming week. I have a conference in Indianapolis, I know, you are all jealous ;).
|Finished the quilting in the center of the quilt|
|I got my purple hearts quilt basted|
|I started designing a new quilt.|
Purple heart wall hanging quilting and binding)
Expanding Possibilities quilt (Continue to quilt)
Storybook quilt # 2 - All embroidery is done
New projects: (1)
I'm linking up with Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday and The Free Motion Quilting Project for QAL Wednesday
Color Me Quilty!