Thursday, March 6, 2008

It's a miracle!

Sections free-motion quilted: 3
Needles broken: 0

(Knock on wood)

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8 comments:

Bunny said...

I really need to practice that free motion quilting. I have yet to get the tension just right. It always looks to loose on one side or the other. I have had the new sewing machine less than a year so there is time to try out the quilting methods. I have not even taken the walking foot out of the packaging yet.

Mama Urchin said...

Aren't needles breaking the freakiest thing? Glad it isn't happening.

Autum said...

Wow! It looks great! I haven't been able to get the hang of free motion quilting- I think I need lots more practice- but it looks as though you've got it! Good for you :)

Shelli said...

woo hoo!

It's fun once you get a rhythm going.

I broke 3 needles in aobut 20 minutes time the other night, but now I know - FAST foot, SLOWER hands...

can't wait to see teh finished product!

amandajean said...

woo-hoo!!!

de vliegende koe said...

Yummy yummy. Tomorrow I have my machine-quilting class, straight lines and quilt-as-you-go. The blocks and backing will be quilted and then put together. I’m curious... I am invited by the quiltshop to follow a free-motion class for free... next month... hurray!
(daily posts on two blogs... you are amazing!)

Jacquie said...

It's amazing what you can do! Great job! I so want to give this a try. btw the quilt looks great too.

Katie said...

Isn't it a great feeling!!!