I really love having a hand project for those times when you can't be sitting inside at the machine. The past week or so we've been visiting family, so I brought this quilt along to start the deconstruction process.
I'm really enjoying the process. It's nice to put my feet up, have a drink at the ready, and work out all these stitches One.at.a.time.
I'm saving all the yellow pieces to reuse later. The coloured blades show lot of wear and I don't think any of these pieces are good for anything but stuffing.
All the fabrics are cuddly soft, and I'm being very careful not to damade the yellow blade or centre fabrics as well as the white background.
As I work on each block, I'm also removing any old quilting stitches on the block. Most of the quilting has already come out on its own from use and laundering, but there are areas near the edge that are still secure.
I really hope to get a bunch more done on this quilt. I'm at the stage where I'm excited to see all the white space appearing :)
Our little quilting group is making great progress this month on our Starry Night QAL, I'm the last to finish!
My latest memory quilt was delivered last weekend, and it's a cute one!
A new applique technique this month really challenged my fabric folding ability!
Starry Night QAL January blocks complete! Our group made 12 blocks last week for our new quilt along :)
Mary is a local quilting friend who loves to piece, but gets bogged down during quilting. These are 2 of the quilts I machine quited for her this spring :)