I have gone ahead and deleted the quilt pictures until I send it to my sister. Thank you for all the nice comments you left me.
Bethany, I took your advice about using the needle and my back stitches have improved. Thank you!!
I hope to finish it up in the next couple of weeks. Now I know why quilting is such a common thing to do during the winter months...I get nice and toasty with it on my lap! LOL
Kelli you should be proud! Its so cute! Your sis will treasure it. Good Job..wish I could do that!
Oh Kelli, you did a beautiful job! I love it! What a treasure that will be for your sister and little one! :o) Now you'll be finding excuses to make more and more? :o)
It is indeed a beautiful quilt! Kelli, you are so talented. Some women (like me and Tina) can't do things like you do.
What a lovely gift for your sister and baby!
Thank you for the nice comments you left in Merryville. I'm glad you enjoyed your visit. I've enjoyed my visit to this nice place you've created as well. I really like your cupcake papers on the jam jars idea! Thank you so much for sharing!
Oh, I had the same problem. My stitches would look horrible on the back side and then I would have to rip it out. So instead of going through all your layers and then pulling and then going through all the layers and pulling, go down with your needle then go up to form your stitch. Then pull your thread. Does this make sense?
I love the colors you chose BTW.
hello, I have looked through your blog, nice things at the pictures, and so sweet grafics too. :)
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