This is going to be gorgeous! I love it. FMQ is one of my favorite things to do.
wow such a beautiful coming along quilt...i still have to try my hand at quilting... dont have the time unfortunately to dedicate and teach myself in the process.... i see that you use batting when you embroider do you batting at the end when the quilt has been completed as well?
Thank you for your kind words. No I am doing quilt as you go
Looking at these great pieces I can Imagine a awesome quilt in progress. Can't wait to see the finished product.
It is fun to do the paper piecing method, but I hate to pick all the little bits of paper out....Your 'stitch and tear' seems like a great idea. Thank you.
Thank you yes if you copy your pattern on the stitch an tear it is much better my roll of stitch and tear is just the right size for an A4 so I have only got to cut it width size the length is perfect and if you reduce the size of your stitches it is even easier I reduce my stitches to 1.8 that works for me
Love it!!!So Stunning...
Wow! I can never get straight lines when I FMQ! A very impressive project!
Thank you just draw your lines on your fabric with a water solvable pen
This is gorgeous!!! Great job!
I love this kind of quilting and do it when needed you are doing a great job hugs
Thank you teaching myself paper piecing photocopied the patterns onto stitch and tear and this is the result am quite enjoying it
I'm with Meg - free motion quilting is way beyond me! Your quilt is looking fab.
Thank you Sue, my FMQ is not the best but I try and get some practice when doing projects for myself
I admire anyone who has the patience to quilt all those little pieces and I'm green with envy of anyone who can create free motion quilting. These are fabulous!!! The finished quilt will be stunning!
Thank you, the pieces are 12 x 12 inches so not small middle block about 26 x 26 inches Free motion quilting not perfect but I practice when I can hope I don't get bored doing the blocks have I think about 60 to go depending how big I go