What are you most proud of?
I learned a lot and broadened my machine quilting experience.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Practice, practice, practice!
What you will need
Two linen napkins belonging to my grandmother
Stonehenge quilting cotton for border and binding
Q&A with quilter3681
This is so beautiful!!! I have purchased the same course and so far have only watched it. I finally ordered a set of quilting feet for my machine and they just arrived 2 days ago - so this is a real inspiration for me to get started. Thanks for sharing!!!
Can't wait to see what you come up with after you get started! Be sure to post pictures.
I too have purchased this course and have only watched it. Do not want to start until I can spend some time in practice. Thanks for the inspiring me.
Don't wait. Go ahead and start. Just ten or fifteen minutes here and there add up quickly.
Beautiful, this is the next part of quilting that I need to master. I do well with small pieces, but get frustrated with the larger pieces. I always just go back to hand quilting. Would love to take this class, but am limited on funds. I'm doing the free block of the month.
I could never get into hand quilting. I like to get things finished. :) I tried, though. This class is on at a good price right now.
Sandra in CA asked:
I love seeing all these projects. I have also purchased the class and yesterday I purchased a lot of variegated thread so I am getting ready to start this (whenever I have the time- hahahaha.)
Sounds like you're ready to get started. Have fun!
Northwoods Pat asked:
Beautiful! And I love that you used old linen napkins and that this will be a gift for your mother. Just lovely.
It was an enjoyable project and I hope Mom will be able to appreciate it. She has trouble understanding some things nowadays