Getting Along.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I am proud of the entire quilt, the piecing, the quilting, everything. The FMQ was learned in Leah Day's class... she makes FMQ easy to learn. What advice would you give someone starting this project? It might look difficult but if you pay attention to Wendy's instructions, you can do it!

What you will need

  • cotton
  • decor bond
  • batting

Q&A with gmhnQuilts

K Lee 2Strings asked:
Simply gorgeous! What a wonderful depiction of a family moment captured in time.
gmhnQuilts answered:
Thank you!
Wendy Butler Berns asked:
whoo hoo.... what a wonderful finished project.... love it... !!!!! you are most prolific seeing all the projects you have posted to Craftsy... what passion.... I can relate... keep us posted on other pieces you do.....
gmhnQuilts answered:
Thanks. I really enjoy this technique and you teach it so well. Everyone on facebook {on my personal facebook I mean} friends and family just love it and keep asking how I did it, just an awesome teacher, that's all!!!
Betty Comeau asked:
Wow! What a lovely tribute! This is fabulous! Betsy
gmhnQuilts answered:
Thank you :)
Scottiegran asked:
Am at present trying this type of project and finding it quite fascinating ...Well done Betsy it looks really fab
gmhnQuilts answered:
It's Penny, actually, but thank you!
QKA810 asked:
nice adaptation from the photo, that's where I think I really need help.
gmhnQuilts answered:
Thanks. If you follow Wendy's instructions it's not bad at all.

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