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And this work is of Kate's, Lorraine's great quilting friend, together they are both making the Baltimore and Kate's is in 1930's fabrics WOW is it sensational. But here she has quilted herself 2 quilts for her lucky granddaughters. Sensational, Kate your doing so well makes me very happy to see you enjoying your machine quilting so much ... Thanks for sharing.
I have had 4 lovely days at home this week sewing in the sun , going for morning walks and just enjoying being with my daughter. I have managed to sew together my sisters quilt blocks and starting on the applique borders . I'm really happy with the progress of the quilt. A few months ago I had my friend Gina Burgess from Adelaide staying with me after quilt camp Maroo and I was showing her the unfinished blocks. She suggested very kindly that I re stitch a couple and thanks Gina I'm so glad I did , I even re designed a few. Sometimes I get so caught up in a project I lose perspective and to have an eye like Gina's looking over me is a great gift.
I love Matildas Own new Tilda Lite a fusible webbing that I popped through the printer , drew multiples of the shape and presto, so much easier than tracing every shape. I know this is not new , but I have not been completely happy with the other brands till now this is very light to the touch when fused onto the fabric... Lovely indeed.
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