Resuming


Some stitching time since the winter colds (as in virus, not temperature) have said goodbye.  The kids are in good spirits again, and I'm happy to get working on a few more projects from the pile.


For larger quilts I always bring my sewing machine up to the dining room table, so that I have lots of room to maneuver.  I often wait till I have a few quilts basted, and then quilt them all at once.


Here's part of the back for the Hope Valley custom quilt I'm working on.  It's my largest quilt so far.  (a generous twin size)  I'm a real sucker for colorwheel quilts, and there's something about the Hope Valley fabrics arranged in this way...  I have worked with this fabric a fair bit and I'm still not tired of it!

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  1. I'm a complete sucker for color wheel arrangements! What a bright and sunny room you have for quilting :) Stay well!

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  2. I love HV too, and it looks great it the rainbow order!!

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  3. so much eye-candy here today! i love it!

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  4. I love the color-wheel inspired arrangement-- you've made the most beautiful Hope Valley quilts I've seen!

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  5. Lovely! Great idea to quilt a few in a row :)

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  6. Honestly, I've never been tempted to buy Hope Valley - but i do really love the way you use it. this quilt back is gorg.

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