We went into Salem the other day and walked across the Willamette River on this walking bridge, which used to be a train bridge.
Abby and DS looking out at the river.
|Looking north at the Willamette River|
The back of the finished quilt. She picked some fabric with pictures of deer and bears on it, because she has been delighted to see lots of deer around our neighborhood.
The top of the doll quilt!
I folded the back over the front and ironed it down so all she had to do was stitch around it on the sewing machine. I decided that would be easier for her first quilt. ALL DONE!
Congratulations to your Abby! Great job on your first quilt!ReplyDelete
ABBY, Not only did you do a wonderful job of piecing, but you quilting really nice. (How did you like using that big Janome sewing machine?) Nice choice of backing fabric too. Did your grandmother show you how to make a label for your first quilt with you name and the date?ReplyDelete
Ruth, that smile on Abby's face proves she is very proud of herself, and well she should be! She is such a cutie! ---"Love"
That looks like a beautiful place for a walk!ReplyDelete
Congrats to Abby on her finish. She looks mighty happy with it--and I love how she expressed herself with her backing choice. : )
She did a great job. And she looks so happy with her finished quilt.ReplyDelete
Abby did a great job! I see many more quilty projects in her future. Love that smile. She is proud of her work and rightfully so.ReplyDelete
Abby looks so proud of her first quilt and it is beautiful! What fun to share a love of quilting with her.ReplyDelete