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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Quilting the Long Jump



I've been following Audrey at Quilty Folk and have been itching to hand quilt again. 
(which proves that you really can get over the emotional trauma of hand quilting a king size quilt!!)

I pulled out a bulls-eye top where I played with solids.  Decided it needs a border.  I like this evergreen color.


Or maybe it needs a small inner border to break it up.



When I climbed the stairs for another picture, I caught these quilt fairies practicing for the quilting long jump competition!





I hope you are having a fabulous day!


blessings,
pam




5 comments:

  1. Since hand quilting is my favorite part of quilting, I don't imagine that I'd suffer too much trauma from a king-sized quilt. ;-) I guess I'll find out when I make a king-sized quilt for DD one of these days.

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    1. I forgot to add that I love your border choices. I can't wait to see the finished quilt. Is that the quilt you're going to hand quilt?

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  2. Quilts are good for kids in more ways than one! Love the quilts...and the fun!

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  3. One hoop at at time and don't think about the end.:)

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