Saturday, January 30, 2010

Another finish

                                                                                                       
In 2008 our Patch group organised a Round Robin.
I did a post last October and showed all the ladies
tops I worked on.
This week I sandwiched my and with some help
pinned it.Then I settled down and quilted using
my BSR unit. Cruise control for the machine. It sure has
a mind of it's own but I am slowly learning to control it.
I have even put on the label. So another finish. Thank you
Peg and Kris for running the OPAM challenge.



Sorry Sue just see I spelt your surname wrong, will fix.

13 comments:

  1. It's such a great quilt and your quilting is terrific. S'ok about my name...I wouldn't want it plastered all over the internet anyway!

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  2. Nice finish. I have never used a machine with the BSR.

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  3. OOOOO - that BEAUTIFUL Quilt is certainly one to "die for"!!!!! The colors are drop-dead Beautiful! Bravo , Bravo to you!

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  4. Wow.....and Wow again....that is lovely Maria...so lovely...so is that 10 finishes....OMG girl...
    Peg OPAM 2010

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  5. Love the colours in your quilt. How good to have it finished. yippee Enjoy

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  6. You are the UFO finishing QUEEN. Please come and visit me and delve into my pile of tops and work your whirlwind magic. Puuuulllleeease!
    Ab x :o)

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  7. OMG Mum,
    Have you been quilting in your sleep. The way you are going you will be the Donagara Quilt Show. Great job.

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  8. That's a gorgeous quilt Maria.

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  9. You must have some talented members of the Patch. That is one of the prettiest Round Robin quilts that I have seen. You did a great job with the quilting.

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  10. You have a wonderful group, it's a great quilt.
    Thank you for all your messages in the last month, I was not visiting blogs in a while and I see that you worked a lot. I hope to start again but I need to think about my priorities first.
    Have a nice day,
    Vero

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  11. That is such a vibrant quilt! Nicely done.

    Jennifer :)

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  12. Oh it is so pretty and colorful! I love it! You did great job! What is a BSR unit?

    Happy sewing!

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  13. Hello Maria,

    I will bring in your washing anyday if that is what is on your line. Just stunning well done lovely and bright. Happy days.

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