Life is a Quilt Waiting to Happen
i love your swirly-twirlys!
That would be so striking on your wall. It looks like you are having a lovely time.
LOVE!! The quilting spirals, is perfect for those blocks...just perfect! Yes, for the wall hanging! ;o)
Hi, Marianne. Cool experiments with your new machine. It is obviously performing well. I will try to not be jealous and to put the idea of a new machine out of my mind. It'll never happen--lucky I like my old Singer. I thought your reporting on Quilt Con was very interesting and thought-provoking. Enjoy that machine!best, nadia
Fabulous as usual for you. I like the arrangement and the feeling of an incomplete hidden circle forming in the center. Your QAYG has me thinking about trying it for the quilt I'm currently working on. I may have some questions for you if I decide to try it.
what kind of tread are you using on your free hand stitching?
The stitching is done using a walking foot and I'm using thread by Valdani.
Blossoms?! What?! lol We've got a fresh foot of snow outside. Enjoy your spring :D
LOVE that spiral quilting! gotta work up the guts to try it!so sad i missed my chance at participating in your daughter's research study. How exciting to see that a fellow Montrealer is working on such an interesting project! Can'y wait to hear more about it.
Love your geometric quilts!!! Just love them!
You sure know your way around colors! All your quilts have the most pleasing color combinations, I don't know how you do it, but each one just knocks it out of the park every time. The designs are amazing too, but the colors really dance.
Thanks so much, Deborah.
Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I try to respond to all of your wonderful comments....if you are not getting any response from me it's because you are set up as a no-reply blogger. In order to receive a response you can change your status in your blogger profile. I'm no longer accepting anonymous comments.Thanks again for all your wonderful commentsMarianne