Block 7 of the Pastor's Attic quilt is completed. French knots are in the center of the flowers.
The Dotted Pinwheel quilts are complete finished. Both were quilted on my domestic machine. I don't usually make a pattern more than once and I've actually used the same fabrics in both quilts. I just thought they were so cute! It looks like there are 3 blocks with the same fabric close together. That is actually a green block in the center.
They are both quilted the same, except the left quilt has diagonal quilting in the border. The right one has straight line quilting. I like the diagonal better.
I decided it was time to learn to use the monogram program on my machine and used the program to sew the quilt labels. I used yellow thread on the first label to follow through with the yellow theme. Unfortunately you can barely read it, lesson learned; don't use yellow thread on quilt labels. The second label I used turquoise thread, easy to read.
I also sewed the flange binding for the Cherry Blossom quilt. I like to have the bindings ready to go, so when quilts are quilted they can be finished quickly.
There won't be any Slow Sunday Stitching this afternoon. After church, some friends and I are headed to Archbold, Ohio to view the Sauder Quilt show. I'll have photos to show you next week or month, whenever the next post happens. Happy quilting!
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