Fiona & Lovey the Llama Finishes

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  1. dezertsuz says:

    Both of them are super – what lucky babies your family has. If you didn’t point out the line was wavy, I wouldn’t even have noticed! I did notice you don’t have arrows pointing to all the ones that are just as straight as can be! If you aren’t going to do one, don’t do the other. <3

  2. What a cutie that llama is. I can totally relate to the oops in the straight line stitching. I get distracted while straight lining, so I do the same thing. I just call it straight-ish and tootle on my way. Haha!

  3. The Llama is a cutie and FIONA really turned out very nice! I like the finish the background really makes it stand out!

  4. Susan says:

    Been there, done that! But really, if you hadn’t have said anything, I wouldn’t have noticed. She looks great to me!!

  5. Jessica Nuter says:

    Wavy lines or straight lines, meh. They just make it original, individual and filled with love. You ladies are a blessing! What beautiful work!

  6. Denise says:

    These are both so cute. Fiona is one lucky little girl. Thank you for linking up to Put your foot down 😉

  7. DonnaleeQ says:

    Oh it is so cute! No one will ever see you slightly missed that straight line if you do not tell them. We are alway way more critical of our own work. I just came back last Thursday from the Pacific International Quilt Festival and believe me some of those prize winner pieces look like wash boards. You did a wonderful job on that cute quilt.

  8. Cocoa Quilts says:

    Roseanne these are both too cute. You know me I love straight line quilting, but darn if I don’t look up for a split second and wavy lines appear. I’m doing some straight line today and it sure isn’t perfect, but this on is for me. Using your fabric from your ripple blocks!

  9. Kathryn says:

    Oh my that llama is so cute, I adore her. Both will make very special wall hangings.

  10. Colette says:

    Those are so cute. I love wavy line quilting. Oh I share your pain with straight line quilting. Or stitch in the ditch. GASP!

  11. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, I adore both of these wonderful quilt projects you have fantastically put together – all the way to the binding! Do not be so hard on yourself, you do such a marvelous quilting job! Be extremely proud of these, they are adorable and will be cherished for years!! Thank you for sharing and have a great day!

  12. Näh begeisterte says:

    I love your Llama, it’s soo sweat. 😍
    Have a nice day….

  13. chrisknits says:

    So cute!! I need a Llama for my knitting room!!! Must get that pattern.

  14. Carol S. says:

    This is such a cute llama and wobbly lines happen to all of us. It’s beautiful!

  15. Vicki in MN says:

    Woot, Woot for finishing two super cute projects. They are sure to make Fiona’s room more adorable than I am sure it already is.

  16. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Awww, such a cute llama!! I must have missed a post on where you found this pattern, but it is just adorable. Love the colors you used and I’m sure Fiona will be very pleased!!! Great job, Roseanne!!

  17. Okay, Okay, I confess, I have a wobble section on my PFWHK, too. But, geez, like Quiltinginmyblood said, you don’t point out your wobbles…the eye has a way of blending it into a perfect picture!
    HA!
    BTW: I think the color palette is very 21st century…grey is the neutral of choice and it’s a great foil against such an array of color choices.
    Great job, Roseanne!

  18. Shannon says:

    So cute! The colors are lovely. Straight lines are hard to achieve on any machine. I think any one could be distracted by Mark Sloane’s sleuthing!

  19. These wall hangings are both so wonderful. Every baby’s room needs a special something with their name (and Fiona is definitely not a common name, so that makes it all the more special). And I just can’t get enough of Lovey the Llama. I don’t remember if you said the pattern you used is one that can be purchased. If so, she might have to go on my ever-growing “Want to Make” list! As far as straight line quilting, the rule is that you don’t point out your wobbles! Have a great day, Mary.

  20. Gretchen says:

    That llama is just adorable! Straight lines aren’t easy but they look nice, so do wavy lines but I think they’re more challenging. Happy Stitching!

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