I digress. When I think of the past, I can't help but think of riding in the sleigh and going to Grandma's house. Well, let's switch it up a bit and go in the summer! Here is a quilt I machine quilted not too long ago for Deanne from Northfield, MN. I don't know the name of the pattern (sorry) but it reminds me of going over the river and through the woods to either one of my Grandfather's houses in Kentucky. For some reason the stars remind me of catching lightning bugs in our hands. :)
Deanne's accurate piecing helped keep the quilt straight.
I have a non-computerized Gammill Classic that is 22 years old and I do not have a stitch regulator.
I love the scrappiness of her quilt and the block used in the bottom of the quilt. Lots of fun things to look at while quilting!
Deanne also did fantastic machine applique but you cannot see it in these pictures.
Thanks Deanne for the opportunity to work on your fun quilt. :)
Everybody stay warm, enjoy the sunshine and be grateful - no matter where you are!