Well, you'd think so .... my day went a bit like this ...
I finished quilting my Arcadia Hexi Park which was loaded up on the frame before Festival
I'm really pleased with this quilt
rather than doing an all over pattern I chose to be very specific with the quilting
Feathers in the squares
and penguin feathers in the hexi's
the back shows the texture left by the quilting
The twins got a clean, brush up and oil
oh, and they got to meet each other too! :)
I loaded up this top, which is to be a tablecloth
and gave it a quick meander all over
with Rainbows Allspice ... magic thread!
this top belongs to a freind :)
The frame is clear again ready for a special (sssshhhhh, it's a secret) job!
and I headed down to the allotment to do a little harvesting
don't want these spoiling in the rain ...
I also came home with a kilo of french beans! The usual half a dozen courgettes and red onions too.
Hmm, I see some blanching in my immediate future!
in the mean time ...
I totally love what you've done with your hair - I mean, Hexagon Park!
Think I am getting rather excited now ;)
Oooh project 51 is next? Yay!! mouthwatering berries :-)
Loving the Arcadia Park quilt - mind if i ask where you got the pattern from?
I love the quilt. The twins look very happy together, and my mouth is watering at the sight of those berries.
What a productive day! Love the feathery quilting. Getting v.excited about you know what (whispering!). Jxo
Thanks for the picture of the back of that quilt, it looks so textural and gorgeous. Yummy berries :)
Quilting on Arcadia looks amazing Tru! Could it be P51's turn next???! P.S. When are we hanging out next?!
Two Juki's???? How come??? Quilt looks great. Really jealous about FOQ, but holiday in Italy was wonderful too so I suppose I can't really complain - but I will!
Great quilting - brings those projects alive!
What a productive days you have had!
I love this version of Hexagon Park soooooo much and I wish I could quilt like that!!!
Just popped in to say what amazing quilting you've done! I'm so pleased I saw it up front at the show. The most intricate quilting I've ever done is "writing" names and dates into quilt blocks as I quilt them. You take the cake! Well done you.
Juki...meet Juki! The quilting on hexie park is amazing and I love the texture on the back - you're so talented!
wanna talk about busy? i think you take the cake! :)
great quilts and yummy berries!
I love how you quilted the hex quilt! and so beautifully too!
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