Still trying to recover from my trip. And yesterday we had a huge snowstorm here. All the schools were closed but I still had to go to work. I shoveled the driveway twice and will have to do it again before work today. I am so thankful that I was able to use hubby’s 4WD truck! To get back into sewing, I decided to get this donation top quilted up. It will be for our local women’s shelter.
This is a great panto for a beginner, or a weary traveler with little brain power. This top was made by a member of my local guild. I hope to finish this today and get another one loaded.
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Wow! Our weather is quilt the non-polar opposite of yours. I busted out shorts for the kids. That’s a fun pantograph. I love the figure eights. It’s wonderful that you’re quilting charity quilts for the guild. I know my local guild is always desperate for people to do that part.
That is a fun panto. It just goes to show that quilting doesn’t have to be fancy.
What an interesting quilting pattern. We got a fair bit of snow as well but it’s melting already.
Awwww. Rest up sweetie. You’ve had a tough day! Fingers crossed for no more snow!
Be careful driving in the snow! This ‘ole girl stays home in weather like that! I must give the glide thread a try.