Sunday, July 20, 2014

LONGARM QUILTING #10 - 2014

It's been a while since I've seen my Queenie (aka Quilting Machine) but I took some photos to remind me of what a workhorse she is.  My phone has been ringing and I must get back to her soon!  My stack is growing, and growing, and growing. There's a saying that goes something like this

Well that's how I feel about my quilts right now.  Quilting and Sewing can wait till tomorrow, Babies grow up and go back home to Japan.... I'm playing with my babies and babies don't keep!

Lane knows all about playing with her babies.  She made these two quilts for her granddaughters Brynn and Lanie.  They are just adorable!


Retro daisies were quilted in Glide Pink thread.


Spring Flowers were quilted in Glide Magic Mint Thread.

Carol made this lap quilt using the pattern Yellow Brick Road.  I'm happy to welcome Carol as a new customer!  She's been following me on my blog for quite some time now.  She was thrilled with the quilting and says she'll be back with more quilts!  Yay, that makes this Queen happy!

Feathered Hearts was the pattern used to quilt this with Glide Magic Mint thread too.


Laura made this Carpenter's Star for a graduation gift.  I love her colors!

Meandering feathers was used stitching it with Mother Goose thread.

And my favorite of the day, this sweet school house quilt my quilting group made for our friend Donna for her retirement.  Yes, she is a retired school teacher/counselor.  You might remember we gave it to her at retreat and she was thrilled.  



So that's it for now.  But never fear, I have more for another day.  And I'm still working diligently on my projects for the up and coming blog hops.  



But most importantly, have you been saving the Gingham.  I have been and I can't wait to show you.


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  1. Thanks, Doris! The girls sleep with them every night:-)

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  2. I don't blame you for staying with those precious babies ! Those are some pretty quilts there Queen !

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