Friday, April 1, 2016

TGIFF - Fat Quarter Frenzy Finish

Nothing exciting for a finish this week, but a double finish nonetheless.  I quilted the two Fat Quarter Frenzy quilts that were a WIP back in February.

FMQ loops on one and FMQ stipple on the other.



I'm comfortable with stippling and loops now, so I guess I need to continue with my journey to learn new quilting motifs.




These two will be headed to our local children's hospital.  Which reminds me...I have several charity quilts that I need to deliver.



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15 comments:

  1. I am so looking forward to a time when I can use comfortable and FMQ in the same sentence :)

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  2. MAybe not exciting but I love them both. I would trade my ability to quilt feathers for your ability to use something else than tone on tone prints lol

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  3. Those are perfect fun fabrics for the pattern! Some little kids will love them.

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  4. Fantastic! Two finishes in a week is wonderful. :)

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  5. They are deeeelighrful! What child wouldn't feel a little bit better all snuggled up in one of them?!? The quilting looks great, too! Congrats on two finishes! Have a wonderful, funderful weekend! XO

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  6. absolutely lovely!!!
    loopy quilting, and stippling are two really great looking stitches. i never mastered FMQ stippling on the machine. the frame (for me) makes it so much easier and so-o-o much easier on my shoulders.
    xo
    eva
    quilltered@yahoo.com

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  7. You are doing amazing with your productivity! That's how it goes: you get some designs you could do with your eyes closed, and then you learn new ones. :-)

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  8. That's how you build your design repertoire....get comfortable with one, add another, and another and so on. Before you realize it, you're an expert. You two finishes look great. What's really beautiful is the goodness in your heart. Some little ones will be thrilled to receive these!

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  9. Having a finish is always fun! Both these quilts are so bright and cheery. Whoever ends up with them, they are going to love them! Your quilting is perfect too!

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  10. I have yet to get comfortable with either loops or stipples. It's great that you are! I'm looking forward to one day being comfortable with all over quilting one design, so far I'm keeping to small areas. I'll look forward to seeing what you continue to branch out with.

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  11. Your quilting looks fantastic! I love how happy and fun these fabrics are together. These are sure to make some kids very happy when they receive them! :)

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  12. They look great! Never apologize for meanders and loops. They look awesome!

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  13. What lovely pieces to donate! These are the perfect pieces to practice, practice, practice, and get that muscle memory down pat on. You did well!

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  14. Beautiful.....as always...love your colours.

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  15. Great finishes! You should try the Woodgrain motif. I found it quite easy and that was on my DSM. The loops and stipples motifs look great :)

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