Friday, October 2, 2015

October UFO goal.....

I really want to get my ThimbleCreek Mystery (sewn earlier this year) done before the current Halloween mystery is finished--wish me luck! 

It's already loaded on the machine--that's a step in the right direction!

It's a very busy quilt and my advisers agreed that an edge to edge quilting design would be just fine. I decided to use this pantograph called Flirtatious. I've used it before, and I noticed that the open areas in the quilting design on the previous quilt puffed out in a distracting fashion. So...I have drawn curls at various places on a vinyl overlay with a dry erase marker. Hopefully that will prevent the puffs--if I remember to stitch in the curls!
I found a little time to stitch in between packing--I'm leaving tomorrow morning for Quilt Camp and will be back late in the week. Have a great weekend!!

Linking with A Lovely Year of Finishes HERE
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8 comments:

  1. Your additions to the quilt design look lovely, have fun with it.

    Your Buttermilk Basin block is lovely, I need to catch up.

    Have fun at Quilt Camp.

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  2. WOW! That is one big amazing R/W/B quilt Always great to finish a project especially a big project

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  3. I love the exuberant visual impact of this quilt top. It's a pleasure to look at. Have fun while you're quilting.

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  4. Can't wait to see the quilt finished... it is beautiful! Have a lovely trip! Christine x

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  5. Adding design bits to the pantograph is a genius idea! Thanks for posting this, I am sure I will sue this down the road. And that mystery quilt is gorgeous!

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  6. Beautiful colors..have fun at camp. Hugs mary

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  7. I had forgotten how the red, white, and blue quilt mystery quilt looks. Such a good design.

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  8. Your Mystery Quilt looks great! Red, white and blue is such a classic combo.

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