Gravity Quilt 2

Gravity Quilt 2

The second Gravity quilt got a 3.5 hour session on the longarm quilting machine. Having learned from my first session, I did a better job of managing the machine and had fewer glitches. I also decided to quilt the black to grey gradient area on the longarm, and managed to get the entire quilt done during my session!

Quilt Started: September 2016.
Quilt Finished: January 28, 2017

This quilt is one of my Q1 finishes, for the 2017 FAL. See my Q1 list here.

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Gravity Quilt 1

Gravity Quilt 1

The first Gravity quilt got a 4 hour session on the longarm quilting machine, and thanks to a threading mishap, I had to rip out 2.5 of the diamonds and redo them at home on my machine. I also had to finish the black to light grey areas of the quilt on my own machine, which was quite the upper arm workout.

In lessons learned, I did not trim the extra batting before removing the quilt from the longarm machine. BIG MISTAKE. The quilt ended up coated in lint that was hard to remove.

Quilt Started: September 2016.
Quilt Finished: January 31, 2017

This quilt is one of my Q1 finishes, for the 2017 FAL. See my Q1 list here.

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2017 FAL – Q1

2017 FAL – Q1

My big list of projects for the 2017 Finish-A-Long.

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String Quilt

String Quilt

Early in 2016, I started a quilt for a friend. She’d inherited part of her Mom’s stash of fabric and was looking for a way to turn it into a quilt.

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Lucky Star Quilt

Lucky Star Quilt

Lucky Star quilt, based on Sparkle Plenty pattern.

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Impatient bunny

The thing about having constant red blotches on your face is that you just cannot stand waiting one more minute for them to go away. And so, we run from one “cure” to the next, in search of the miracle that will just make it stop.

Posted by Opal in Acne