Saturday, January 3, 2015

What's on the Quilting Table #1


I have not blogged regularly or as fun as I originally did for a long time and those that have stuck it out over the years are most likely wondering what in the world happened too me.  Life got in the way but I am ready to have more fun and do a few more blogs.  As such I need organization as that is what my silly brain thrives on so I am going to start a new type of post for me and it is what is or was on the quilting table or "Whats on the Quilting Table" and here is the first.


In the past I use to have a little fun and ask questions and get advice.  Since well I don't know what to ask any more maybe I will open it up to others to ask me questions or advice.  That is assuming that some one is reading these blogs and they have questions.  Well new for Tanya last year she bought her self a new machine.  And she has well used it once for about 5 minutes.  I have since quilted 2 quilts and bound 3 others on it and well I like it.  it makes my old machine seem slow and old.


Speaking of old the old machine is broken.  It has been for a while and I just did not realize it.  Something is wrong with the presser foot it is computerized and it keeps throwing errors because it thinks the foot is not down or flat or what ever its issue is.  At the start of a quilt (binding especially cant get it to start sewing and at times I have to start in the middle of the binding and work backwards to get it to work.  So I am glad to have Tanya's (or as she jokes My new machine).  Any way todays what's on the table starts with a reunion quilt I am starting to make the top 2 pictures are the center blocks to 2 (yes i cant make only 1 quilt at a time) simple squares quilts (oh the bottom 2 pictures are a finished simple squares quilt) the center blocks are 12 rows of 10 blocks at 3 1/2 inch squares (I think that's the size any way).


3 comments:

Filomena Crochet said...

beautiful images!!!!

Joyce Carter said...

After reading this post and yesterday's post it seems like you have a great plan for 2015. I am looking forward to seeing everything you create. Good luck on reaching your goals.

Marjorie Nath said...

Glad that you plan to post more often, I've missed your posts.

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