Ok, the words aren’t that big, but I used several of them in a row.
Today I talked about going to the dentist, a longarm quilting update, the quilts I’ve finished, or almost finished this week, trying feathers for the first tome on the longarm, Round Robin projects, vintage sewing machines.. Including my newest one, Elly. I talked about a lot of stuff! Give it a listen. Someone once told me I talk too much. Well, that’s a lie, someone didn’t tell me that, many someones have told me that!
Here’s Elly! Isn’t she pretty?!
This is the 128 that I converted to a hand-crank. She still needs a name. She sews beautifully! She was made in 1923.
I love how this donation quilt came out, and I hope it fetches a tidy sum for the family in need of help with medical bills for their little girl who has cancer.
I quilted meandering loops on it and I am loving that quilting design. I also used it on the Kiss My Grits quilt.
And something that I did not have time to talk about in today’s podcast because I was almost late for work.. Someone surprised me with a gorgeous quilted postcard!! They signed it as “Guess Who” and since the postmark says MI, I’m wondering if it was Nonnie.. I’m not sure who else is from Michigan.. I LOVE IT!!! The pebbling is fantastic and the flower is just beautiful! Thank you so much, whomever you are! Now, fess up!
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend..
Go Quilt Something!