After 6 days of practicing Free Motion Quilting, you can see some of my progress on this wall hanging. The second picture of the back shows it best. I am feeling a lot more confident doing feathers.
I did feathers around the center oval of the wall hanging and stippling in the middle.
This is my latest project from the Jo Morton's Little Women class at Lone Star House of Quilts in Arlington, TX. I am almost finished binding it.
I turned the corner back so you could see what's on the back. I love that fabric!
Saturday I am going to "Love's" home for a visit. Her blog is here. Jennifer, from Purple Heart OriJennals will be there too. I'm sure it will be a fun time.
Your free motion quilting is really nice. Wish I could do that.ReplyDelete
Your feathers look pretty good to me! Have fun at Love's.ReplyDelete
Your feathers look fantastic! Your Little Women project is great, too. Have fun hanging out with the "girls" this weekend!ReplyDelete
Your quilting is really coming along great! It certainly looks good to me. Hope you will bring both of those Saturday; I want to read the panel, and I do love the Jo Morton fabrics! ---"Love"ReplyDelete
Yay! See how a little practice goes a long way. Nice work!!ReplyDelete
Have a fun Saturday with fellow quilters!
Wow, I am in awe of your feathers! Well done, give the woman applause!ReplyDelete
Amazing job on your feathers! Your little quilt looks so cute.ReplyDelete
Have fun at Love's.
Your feathers are coming along beautifully. You certainly have me beat! I really like that Jo Morton Little Women's quilt. Very pretty.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love these fabrics!ReplyDelete
Your quilting looks great! Ive not had a chance to get over to see you in a while. Nice to catch up.
Your feathers are awesome, I am sooooooooooooooo proud of you....now I need to get busy and do feathers...I love feathers and will play with them but haven't put them on a quilt yet.....love it!!ReplyDelete