I am soooo far behind in posting here; I just checked and it’s been a month! I knew I had a lot to catch up on but a whole month?
Things have been buzzing along in my studio this past while, including my first bee of the season which, as anyone who knows me well will understand, marks the beginning of my least favourite time of the year. OK, that’s a gross understatement. I hate all things summer. But I digress…
I’m feeling a bit guilty for not keeping up with my blog, even though I’m trying to keep other online things updated regularly and you can at least see some photos from my social media feeds on this page. However, I have a backlog of photos in limbo – not yet filed and cluttering up my computer desktop so I won’t forget to upload them! – and I do want to share a few of the projects that have moved in and out of my quilting area.
I’ve been working on client quilts for the most part, getting more comfortable with the computerized mode of my Gammill Statler Stitcher, so I have several examples of my edge to edge quilting to show you here. As always, I’m thankful for the people who trust me to work on their handcrafted quilt tops 🙂
First, some edge to edge projects that my Gammill Statler Stitcher has enabled me to work on:
And this was a practice piece, to check out a pebble design and I LOVE these circles!
Lastly, here is one I did custom work on, hand guided free motion quilting and ruler work:
Thanks for hanging in there with me!