Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Quilting as you go...and practicing

Hello Everyone,

I hope you all in the States are enjoying some cool Fall weather. I know I am :) And there is fresh snow on the mtn top! That always makes me happy.

I have four of these blocks. They are 15" square. A little design I made up for a quilt design contest a few years ago. As they've just been sitting and doing nothing, I thought I would do a quilt as I go method. While I practiced my FMQing.



 I was having a little trouble at first.... till I realized I hadn't put my stitch length to zero. lol Here's some pebbling, I got confused which way to go occasionally.



 I just did some simple lines in these blocks... but it's hard to keep the line curved right.



 My regular readers know how much I love flowers. They are getting a little easier.



I'm still having fun! It sure is going to take a lot of practice! I best see what other ufo's I have laying around, small ones, that I can practice on. I know there is a lot of them somewhere. LOL

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7 comments:

  1. Great practicing, Dorian! Your FMQ is coming along nicely! Looks like you are enjoying it. Love the daisies!

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  2. Lovely colors this top. Good luck with your fmq. It looks nice!

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  3. Such a pretty block and your quilting is so lovely! I think I had better stop wishing I was good at FMQ. Wishing isn't getting me very far and I won't get any better if I don't practice. You're making such wonderful progress - I'm cheering you on!

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  4. Looking good and blocks like this make perfect pot holders and such for practice! Thanks for sharing.
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  5. They say practice makes perfect and you are getting really
    good.

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  6. very pretty! your quilting is looking lovely!

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  7. Very nice! Your FMQ is really improving quickly. Thanks for sharing your progress. I have so much to learn myself that it is helpful to see how you are doing this ... :)

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