Yesterday was the 2nd National QOV Sew Day. Groups and individuals across the country set aside this day to sew for our service men and women. I had to work but managed a few hours of sewing as well.
I loved this top so much and in the end, I was not thrilled with m choice of quilting. Not looking for compliments, just keeping it real here. This top was beautifully pieced and yet I struggled with some pleats on the back. Quilting designs I thought would be perfect, were not. I did a lot of ripping on this one. In the end, you mostly notice the piecing and I did want that to happen.
After I pulled this off the frame, I decided to load the next. Then I decided to just quilt one row.
Sometimes, I just try to make things too hard. The next one is ready to load after church.
We did take a walk through the local antique mall yesterday with Daughter #3 and her BF. Mr. Wonderful bought me this:
Hope your Sunday is filled with good things.
Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good!
Blessed is the man who takes refuge in him!
~ Psalm 34:8