More This and Thats

Well, I got my laundry done yesterday! But I doubt you stopped by to hear about that. So on to the project progress. I finished quilting the second Comfort Quilt. I have no idea who pieced this top. 


I have the last Comfort Quilt on the frame now. Again, I have no idea who the piecer is. 

I also took the time to raise my frame yesterday. I’m trying to find that perfect height to make it easiest on my neck and shoulders. I asked around and watched a Jamie Whalen video on YouTube about it. It is a bit of a job to do, not something that can be easily changed. It seems really high right now but I am going to live with it for a while.

I finished the tree top last night!  

 I would really like to get this quilted this week, but we shall see. First, I have to get that last Comfort Quilt done!

Have a great day, everyone!

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About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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5 Responses to More This and Thats

  1. Good luck with your comfort quilts. I love the tree quilt. Can’t wait to see how you quilt it. Great job!

  2. I invested in a Hydraulic lift as well. I don’t often change it (my backing bar hits my belly button) but if I am doing a lot of work from the back (pantos) I will adjust it.

  3. I’m glad you pushed through with the tree quilt, are you beginning to love it again?

  4. Luann says:

    When I purchased my HQ I invested in the hydraulic lift for the frame. A wise investment for me, expensive, but wise! Now if I could just find that perfect height for my sewing machine,,, I would prefer to stand, but raising it up that high makes it wobbly!! Oh well, one day I’ll figure it out.
    May God bless the work of your hands

  5. maartjequilt says:

    I love those comfort quilts. The nine path and three quilt are so beautiful. Love the quilting on the ninepath!! Great yob.

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