Monday, April 18, 2016

Quilting my WISP


I was able to baste my WISP before moving and get started on the quilting.  It has two layers of batting: Hobbs 80/20 and Hobbs Wool.  I am quilting it on my Tiara and love how it is turning out.


I am trying to sneak in some quilting time amidst all the moving and settling, but it is slow going.

XX,
Jasmine

13 comments:

  1. Your custom quilting is looking good! I know it feels good to quilt, but you'll feel better once your house is in order. Don't work too hard!

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  2. Very nice choices for the various motifs and areas in the quilt! I really like the feathers and the fact that you outlined / echoes the shapes to give them great definition.

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  3. OMG, I can't imaging doing quilting this beautiful in the midst of moving. It's gorgeous!

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  4. That's absolutely beautiful Jasmine! The extra batting really shows off your wonderful quilting. I don't know how you can fit that in during a move, but more power to you!

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  5. Jasmine!! This is looking so spectacular! Love the extra dimension the double bat gives it :) Slow is good, enjoy the process as you move.

    And you are moving!! Woohoo!! Your house looks absolutely beautiful, I can't wait to see pictures of your home once you get settled. SO excited for you and your family! I bet your boys are just beside themselves with excitement!

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  6. Oh, Jasmine, it's awesome! Love that middle circle! Before you know it, you'll be back to normal.

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  7. Pretty pretty pretty! I'm glad you are able to squeeze in some quilting time among the upheaval of moving. It's good to have a little sanity-keeper activity tossed in there!

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  8. I have a big fat ol' grin on my face seeing this again! Wink. It's looking FABulous Jasmine!! You totally rocked those feathers.

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  9. Adding the extra layer of batting is perfect...makes your quilting pop! It is looking good. I'm happy you are able to get in some quilting time during this busy time. Enjoy!

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  10. Just looking at this quilt makes me smile. It definitely inspired me to finish my circles quilt. Slow quilting is the way to go for this WISP. It is lovely, you know. Soon, you will be settled in your new home and will once again become the piecing and quilting machine that you are :-)
    Hugs,
    Preeti.
    http://sewpreetiquilts.blogspot.com

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  11. Your quilting is stunning and your new craft/sewing room looks amazing!! I can't wait to see the new setup and all the good things coming out of the room.

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  12. Quilting looks amazing! Those feathers! Still a motif that I can't seem to perfect! Practice, practice!

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  13. I like this quilt, the quilting is amazing as always!

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