Sunday, May 23, 2010

Not finished, yet. But....

I have gotten into the habit of posting completed projects. This is more for me, since it gives me the "deadline" I need to finish what I start. I am currently quilt a top and piecing another. The one I am piecing is my UFO, my king-size Christmas quilt. I got started on it and had worked out a time line. It is a great pattern, with lots of little blocks that go together to make big blocks and since it is king-sized, that means there are a LOT of little blocks. Well, I got frustrated with it, put it aside and have completed several smaller quilts. Now I am back on track with it as well. 

The point of this post? As I said, I am almost finished quilting another and I so love what I am f-m'ing on the border, that I had to share! (Yep, those are threads I haven't sewn in yet). So here's my feathers:

I love them! They are looking so good! It is amazing what practicing can accomplish. Well, I am off to quilt.

4 comments:

That Girl said...

Wow! Those feathers are amazing!

Jennifer :)

kheli said...

Thanks! I took a 2 day class in March to work on my machine quilting. Well worth the time (Saturday and Sunday)and money.

grandmarockton said...

Beautiful job

Al Wood said...

Still not sure how you do this without a pattern or a jig. My feathers would come out looking like something else entirely.