Wednesday, May 07, 2008


Do you remember when I used to talk about quilting from time to time? I remember it fondly myself. Ah, the memories...

Just kidding.

I finally got a chance to work on a baby quilt. I have all the blocks pieced and I threw them up on the design wall. I like. It's so darn cute.

I am going to attempt machine quilting this one by myself. I know I can do the design. The issue I have is keeping a consistent stitch length. Grr.

Also, I am going to make a trip to the post office today. I have a few packages that need to be sent out. I'll share more photos after the gifts arrive at their destinations.

I truly enjoyed creating gifts for the people who are participating in the Pay It Forward exchange. I hope they find themselves having fun trying to come up with creative things to make for their three gifts.


Susan said...

I love the colors. Very cute! You won't have consistent stitches until you start using the quilting feature more :)

My aunt has been making quilted pot holders to practice her stipple stitch since they are small & quick. And then she has something to do with her practice pieces. Just a thought.

Samantha said...

You're kicking my butt on the exchange. I may actually have time to sew this week. Maybe! If so, you're first on the list.

And the quilt is adorable! Good luck with stitch length!

country mouse said...

Just wanted to let you know I received my PIF gifts yesterday, and they are wonderful!! I can't thank you enough :cD