Hand quilting happened this week. Most of the center of the quilt has been quilted.
And . . . drumroll please . . . the applique on the border of blue Stars Around the Garden has been completed!
Blue stars is supposed to be the next quilt in the hand quilting frame but it will take me several week to get this marked for quilting. It measures 90" by 106". This is the 3rd quilt I've made from this pattern but the first time I've made the appliqued border version.
I love to see how the Noah's Ark is progressing it's lovely and Blue Stars is stunning good luck with the quilting I'm in awe of your talent.
Oh my stars - I LOVE The Blue Stars quilt. I think I've told you that I want to make a blue and yellow quilt one day... and your applique is so pretty! I've loved watching this progress :)
it is beautiful as it is, I am thinking here how gorgeous it will be when you hand quilted it
Whoop Woopy!! you did a great work!
I love your little panel quilt and how you are making it sing!!! I hope to start back on the wedding quilt soon now... I love completely the outer border and the inner applique too... I am sew excited to see this one marked and quilted.. do you have the plan all figured out yet??? My frame is going in my sewing room here .. with my 2 vintage machines, my fabric and bag making and crafting stash and it is 11 x 12 or something... queen bed is tight in there is the size... pray for me! lol Kathi
Blue Stars is so pretty. It is wonderful that you are planning to hand quilt it. It will be beautiful.
the kids quilt is so cute and the quilting you are doing adds so much to it. Marking is not my favorite thing for a quilt - but so necessary!
Your quilt is beautiful...and I am sure will be even more so once the hand quilting is finished.
Congratulations on all your progress! The Noah's ark quilt is adorable, and your Stars in the Garden is amazing. Good luck with the marking, my very least favorite part of quilting.
Oh my, this quilt is huge and gorgeous!! definitely worth the time to hand quilt.
Oh the border around the blue stars is gorgeous! I LOVE what you have done with the star blocks. You definitely made them gorgeous!
Wow ..... your stars is perfect. Yummy applique!
That panel is so sweet! Congrats on the appliqué piecing!
You have accomplished a lot this week and SAG is looking great! Hugs
Your applique on your Blue Stars quilt is beautiful!
Stars in the Garden is absolutely stunning! Great work, I love this so much. I love seeing your progress on Noah quilt!
Wow, congratulations on your finish, your appliqué is really beautiful and makes the quilt even more beautiful! Great progress on the quilting of the Ark too.
Blue Stars Around the Garden is just beautiful! I love the combination of applique and piecing!
Your hand quilting is perfect!
Oh my goodness, Blue Stars Around the Garden is a joy! Those applique flowers in each corner are beautiful. I can just imagine how beautiful this quilt will be when quilted. I wonder which quilting patterns you will decided upon. As for Noah's Ark is just makes me smile. All those sweet animals hanging out together amongst all your gorgeous quilting.....such fun.
Always wonderful to see your stitching bring a quilt alive! Blue stars around the garden is gorgeous can't wait to see how you will quilt it
You always have an amazing quilt to share. Thanks for linking up with Oh Scrap!
That is a gorgeous quilt with the lovely blue and yellow combination!
Can't wait to see that in the frame!
Well done, both projects are coming along so beautifully.
The blue stars quilts is amazing!! So beautiful.
The stars are bloomin' wonderful -- and I am in awe of your hand-quilting prowess.
The quilting on Noah's Ark is so nice and I LOVE Blue Stars Around the Garden. The applique really brought the whole quilt to life.
The quilting on the animals is looking great. Love your quilt top, the applique just makes it sparkle.
The blue stars quilt is so so pretty! Great job!
Oh, my!! Blue Stars is absolutely gorgeous!! And that's before the quilting, even. She's going to be stunning when finished.
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