Quilting On A Friend Going Home

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16 Responses

  1. chrisknits says:

    Great quilting plan executed perfectly! Well done.

  2. Susan says:

    I think the quilt is lovely, imperfections and all!

  3. It looks lovely, from what I can see. Of course Mary trusts you and for good reason. Math nerds reign!!!

  4. excellent! I’m wondering if you could share a larger photo/overall photo? I’m especially interested in the the combination of curved quilted lines with the straight lines of the piecing and outer border quilting. It seems the curved quilting in the straight piecing really enhances the overall appearance and the ‘straight line’ zigzag quilting on the borders ties it all together…
    Glad it’s going ‘home’!

  5. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Why oh why do we always have to preclude every one of our best efforts with “don’t look too closely it’s not perfect”??? Is anything perfect? NOPE. You got that right…a big ol NOPE! I love this quilting and the most important thing?? It was done with your whole heart with the best intention to bless a friend. From that perspective (my word for 2019) it IS perfect. Perfectly wonderful. You are a wonderful friend. Rant over…+hugs+

  6. Roseanne, I am so thrilled and honored that you quilted this small quilt for me. And I had no idea that the border would involve math, so I’m even more appreciative of all your efforts. Thanks so much, Mary

    • Roseanne says:

      Oh Mary! It was no big deal – nothing I wouldn’t have done for myself anyway. I can hardly wait for you to receive it. I saw it go to the post office from work yesterday around 2pm so Friday I’m guessing! ~smile~ Roseanne

  7. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Great job, Roseanne! Love the way the back looks as well as the front! Great texture!

  8. Looks fantastic! Fudging math is what quilting is all about! It’s not an exact science! 🙂
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  9. Shannon says:

    Great job Roseanne!

  10. WOW!! You did a great job and she will be thrilled. It is so much fun to get something to work the way you want. Do you know the paper trick for stencils? If not, I’ll explain it to you later on… You are a smart cookie so you probably know it.

  11. Vicki in MN says:

    Oh wow that looks great!

  12. sandradny says:

    Beautiful! — But I stopped reading after “math” and just looked at the pictures 🙂

  13. Awesome work Roseanne! Thanks on the Clover marker info; that’s actually one marker I do NOT own ha! I do love their rolling chalk markers and coloured chalk pencils you sharpen. Love too for thatbhedgegog fabric!

  14. Simply amazing Roseanne! Your FMQ looks wonderful:)! My idea of FMQ is a loopy here and there. You have exact curves and points going on here. Great job!!❤️❤️

  15. You’ve come so far in your free motion quilting. It’s really fun to see. You inspire me to get with it and get practicing. But math though – yuck.

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