Monday, June 11, 2012

A Quilting we will go........

Lady Bug quilt........

Happy Quilting!

14 comments:

Samantha said...

I love that ladybug fabric. I had some of it that I used in a quilt for my neice who LOVES ladybugs. :D Love your quilt and your quilting too!

ShirleyC said...

Cute quilt, and you make that look so easy!

Kim D. said...

Hi! Looks like you're pretty speedy to me. Practice makes perfect you know. Your quilt is adorable, love those ladybugs.

Susan said...

I love the fabric too and order some to do a quilt for a new little baby in our family! And, I agree with Kim, you're a very good machine quilter! XOXO

Barb said...

Love love that fabric!

Loris said...

Very cool demo! I have always been terrible doing free motion on my home machine. Just amazes me to watch quilters doing it!

Chubby Chieque said...

Just using the sewing machine is a very well done job. OMG! How I wish I could sew one too.

I realized that Home Economics subject in grade school and high school is really good educating children. HOwever, I wasn't interesting that time. That's so pity.

You really a good crafter. Hat up!

Happy week...
/CC

Marydon said...

The fabric is so cute, Jocelyn!
Have a beautiful week ~
TTFN ~
Huggers,
Marydon

Nanci said...

Bright apple greens just make a pattern pop, this looks amazing to the eye.

evelyn said...

Wow,I can't sew that fast unless it is a straight line. Love the 'happy' fabric.

SewCalGal said...

Such a cute quilt. Fun FMQ video too. Zip, zip, zip and your done. You make it look so easy! Clearly, I need more practice!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

SewCalGal said...

Such a cute quilt. Fun FMQ video too. Zip, zip, zip and your done. You make it look so easy! Clearly, I need more practice!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Stitched With Prayer said...

OH!!! The fabric is adorable and I love the entire quilt. Your quilting looks wonderful to me. I am getting better at my free motion quilting since I got my Janome Horizon...is that what your sewing on? Looks like it...anyway, my little Pfaff, is a great machine, but is just not easy to free motion on. I saved for several years to get my Horizon and I couldn't believe the difference it made in my piecing too, along with my quilting. I'm going to try my first large throw sized quilt in a couple of weeks and I'm a little nervous. My biggest worry is getting tucks in the backing, any tips or tricks you can share with me? Thanks for sharing the video, it's great. Hugs...

Allie said...

I quilt fast too, but I surely don't get results like you do...they are better than when I go slow though. You're doing a GREAT job!!!