Back in January I deicided to take a break from quilting on the frame. Feathers and ruler work require lots planning and marking. I was sick of it! Well my quilty groove is back. Today I feel like quilting every quilt top in my Studio. I know this feeling will soon pass, but if feels good at the moment. Here's the little quilt (48x48) I designed a few weeks ago for my new granddaughter. She was born last Sunday. It may be a little to fancy and white for a newborn but what the heck.
If you look closely you can still see my blue markings. Most longarm quilting gals can remember their quilting designs without needing to mark, I'm not quite that talented.
The best thing about feather quilting....THE BACK! Two quilts in one.
Oh yes there's more quilt finishes. I'm so glad this one is done and can be shipped far, far away from my studio. Not one of my favorite quilts or color pallet, but the grandkids will love it.
Here's a shot of the back, it's ugly also.
This ugly fabric just keeps multiplying....so I made another quilt. The backing is just more of the ugly stuff.
A couple of reversible treat bags. They're identical, I reversed one so you could see the inside fabric.
Everything is washed and ready to ship to the young'ens.
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