Monday, June 24, 2013

Back at it...

 I left this quilt alone a little over week ago.  Clint and I took the kids on a family reunion to Yellowstone National Park - our first time going, I will blog about that later - and we got home today after a fabulous time with both sides of our family.  I have a lot of catching up to do, and I hope to get this quilt finished in the next couple of days.  I also have more blocks to work on for my quilt along.   So, it's going to be crazy around here for the next little while - but I will keep you posted!  I hope you are having a fabulous summer!

9 comments:

Esther F. said...

Hello Judi! Another wonderful quilt! I love how even your circle are. Is that just a lot of practise or do you have a "trick"?
Next week I hope to start FMQ on four or five quilt tops. Each will be different even though the pattern is the same. The colours make them look different from each other though. I will sure find onspiration for the FMQ on your blog! Thank you for showing us all the beauties!!!
Esther
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Leeanne said...

looking great. I look forward to the finished quilt. Glad you had a nice time with your family. I too am on catch up on my customers quilts as I had my daughter & granddaughter staying.

Cowtown Quilts said...

How on earth do you get such perfect circles?!!

Sue's Stitchin' said...

I opened up the comments to ask about the circles and I can see that's a popular question!! Maybe another tutorial in your future???

BarbaraShowell said...

yes, please. A video tut!

Rebecca Grace said...

Ooh, are those hexies? I've been feeling pretty cool towards that trend, but I have a feeling I'll feel differently after seeing how you quilt a hexagon quilt! And yes, I have circle envy, too... All MY pebbles look like lumps of coal!

Maureen said...

Oh my, that is lookin' good! I love when you show what you're working on. Keep it up!
Okay, one wee question: what happened to the column of the blogs you follow? I always enjoy perusing those & today it's not there!
I'm going through withdrawal, LOL!
mgw070 at shaw dot ca

Rebecca said...

I would like to know what thread you are using. I noticed that you don't change thread colors. Those circles look great. Thanks for sharing!!

Sandy D said...

Just beautiful Judi. I enjoy seeing your work.