One I started working, there was no stopping. I was in the quilting zone. The giant Hawaiian quilt is coming along nicely, and by 4:30, I was ready to turn it so I could do the other two big borders. I am using some digital patterns as well as free motion which gives me some 'away-from-the-machine' time to finally get my April UFO assembled! Yippee!!
|Mr W loaded this classy quilt named Medici. The fleur-de-lis are upside down so the pattern comes out right side up!|
|Meanwhile, I chugged along on the sashing motifs|
|This is how far Mr W got before quitting to go water his new grass seed.|
|The customer has a book that goes with the blocks in her quilt. She wants the blocks quilted like the pictures in the book, so that's what I am doing.|
|Hey!! Lookie, cookie! The top is done.|
|I used my blue and white check again...I'm almost out. Boo-hoo.|
|The quilt has been turned and re-loaded and about half of the sashings are quilted.|
Time to make supper!!
|Finally fully blooming! A little tree, but very pretty!|
|The fruits of two year's labor for the man. Looking wonderful.|
|Sweet William is really sweet this year!|
|The lone bloom on our baby pink dogwood. |
We planted it last year and think it will do better next year.
|One of the flame azaleas is full of flowers. The other, not so much.|
|I love our mountain home.|