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Here's a little sneaky peek of what I'm working on today. I'm really pleased with how it's looking.

It's been a while since I've hand quilted, so my index finger had gotten "soft". Must build up that quilters callus again.  More on this project tomorrow - I promise :- )


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14 comments

Sharon Pernes said...

Love your hand quilting! Today I made 8 blocks for my central park quilt, 4 yoyo's and a block for the FW QAL. Busy day, but fun?

LionessLady said...

I am desperate to learn how to quilt - maybe on a machine though! My hand sewing is simply shameful. Love how neat and even yours is looking.

lamina @ do a bit said...

That looks so pretty... love the hand stitching... gorgeous!

Canadian Kristin said...

Hokey Straight Hand Stitches, Batman!!! Love the colours you are working with!

Stacey said...

Your hand stictching is gorgeous! Can't wait to see it all : )

Quiltjane said...

I am impressed by the neatness of your quilting stitch. I can hardly wait to see the finished project and counting down to your Desperate Housewife's block tomorrow.

West Michigan Quilter said...

Love what you are doing. Anxious to see more of it.

Lynne said...

Oooo, that quilting looks lovely.

Mine would be all over the place - different sizes, different directions - I guess it just takes time and practice, doesn't it?

Unknown said...

Great job! Looks great. :)

corina said...

Lovely stitches! Today I cut all the squares for a black/white/lime green disappearing nine patch quilt. I'm ready to start sewing tomorrow!

maryandpatch.blogspot.com said...

Beautiful quilting! Makes me want to quilt right away!

Roseanne said...

Love your hand quilting. I will have to keep my eyes open to see more of what you are doing.

Linda said...

It looks like part of a gingerbread boy, but I'll just bet that's not what it is!
I will be working on a new design today.

Bron said...

Looks like something that requires way to much patience...it should look beautiful.