Sunday, October 21, 2012

In the Hoop

I got quite a bit of hand quilting done during my trip this week. After going to the trouble to bring a quilt along, I was certainly going to work on it each evening for a while. This little corner is now complete. Maybe this afternoon I can work on a couple more blocks to finish off the row. I hope you are all finding a few minutes to slow down and take a breath on Sunday.

11 comments:

Quilter Kathy said...

I haven't hand quilted a sampler quilt yet. I think it would be fun because each block would be different - less boring than miles and miles of straight lines!

Cyn ;-) said...

I like how you are quilting each block differently. Your quilt sure is looking good!

Janet said...

I like how you are quilting the sashing. This is an awesome quilt. Hand quilting is addictive.

Carrie P. said...

looking great!

Lynne said...

I finally finished the "never ending" knitted blanket and am now knitting the binding! Hurrah!

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

It is amazing what we can get done if we plan ahead just a little, so wonderful to fill those little down times with hand quilting. Your dear jane is wonderful!

Kate said...

Congrats on getting some stitching done while at your conference. No stitching today, we had to drive home from our girls weekend.

barbara woods said...

i like your blog but can't figure out how to follow

Deb said...

Great job on getting so much done this week. I love how you are doing each block as it's own little quilt.

Elly D said...

Your Dear Jane is looking so good! Oh how I wish mine was at this stage!! One day!!! One day!!

Andee said...

It looks great so far!