Friday, November 30, 2018

Blue Embroidery Customer Quilt

This customer quilt finished beautifully!  Eight finishes in eight weeks!

I don't use the Circle Lord Square Dance giant template board as often as I thought I would.  Sometimes it leaves an extra stitch, a missed stitch, or an eyelash tension spot on the back in the corners.  I may try a small quilt and turning the stich regulator off next week.  We'll see.  I have a couple of my own crib quilts that need quilted.  I have also thought of skipping some of the squares and putting some other block in the middle of them like a heart or star... I'll come up with something.

It does have a nice effect on the quilt.  The customer thought this was definitely a quilt for a man even though it had delicate stitching.  The bright blue looked beautiful.
You can't see her beautiful blue backing fabric very well in this picture.  I couldn't risk taking it to the other clothesline and dropping it in the mud.  It's soggy and wet here in Ohio.  It was a nice 44 degrees today.  The sun came out to play a little.

I'm linking up with Myra at Busy Hands Quilts for the Finished or Not Friday Linky Party.
Finished or Not Friday at Busy Hands Quilts
Linking up with Summer Lee Quilts for TGIFF!
Linking up with Sarah Craig at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Can I Get a Whoop Whoop?


  1. The quilt turned out lovely! Eight quilts in eight days is remarkable! Good job1 Yes, the weather has been icky here in NE Ohio. I don't know what part of Ohio you live, but soggy would describe it for sure!

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