Saturday, January 23, 2016

FNSI Results

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After a slow start I got fired up last night and did a little quilting and tracing stitcheries from Gail Pans new book.


these ones I managed to get the fabric back to front so they are traced on the back!!!! Memo to self, so not do this at night!!!
Last night I started quilting the waves on this Aussie hero quilt, but then stopped and finished the binding on the Charm Square quilt, I completed the quilting this morning. Thank you to Wendy for hosting us you can have a look at Wendy's blog to see what others got up to! Off to tidy up this quilt and organise binding.
Happy sewing.


18 comments:

Melody said...

Lovely projects

Willsquiltnsew said...

You were a busy girl! How are you liking the muesli? Yum!
Everything is going fine here in Thailand, missing my muesli however!

shez said...

Hi Sue well done my friend,that's something I would do is put the tracing on the back,lol xx

Elyte said...

You got lots done. Those stitcheries are so cute and will look lovely no matter what side of the fabric they are on.

Ondrea said...

Wow! Heaps done there. LOL, put your glasses on girl! Today I stitched the corner of my linen into my stitchery....suppose it was better than stitching it to my pants which I have done before.

Michelle Ridgway said...

You were motoring along there Sue. Well done xx

Bev C said...

Hello Sue,

Oh the old trick of using the other side of the fabric, done that before usually find out when the quilt is finished. A bit annoying especially after you have done the tracing bit I tend to call it a "unique design element" Enjoy stitching out the designs.

Happy days.
Bev.

Helen said...

Great night work, I have also traced on the back lol..x

Marle said...

Such lovely stitches! I love them, no matter they're on the wrong side.
Greetings Marle

Marle said...

Such lovely stitches! I love them, no matter they're on the wrong side.
Greetings Marle

Karen's Korner said...

You were certainly on a roll. That "night light" does play tricks at times.

emma said...

Nice stitcheries! Looking forward to your work!

O'faigh said...

Hi Sue, easily done with wrong side of the fabrics..enjoyed seeing your work regards ofaigh

Narelle said...

Great progress.
I often forget to reverse the pattern and my designs "look the other way" :o)

Deb said...

Sue, you have given yourself plenty of stitching with those stitcheries.

Janet said...

Heartbreaking to do all the tracing on the wrong side!

Jo said...

Have you lost count with the amount of those pin cushions. You do a great job. Well done with the Aussie heroes quilt

Fiona said...

tracing stitcheries is quite a nice peaceful excercise?
Hugz