I've been down and out this past week with a bad cold, so not a lot of sewing going on. However, I did find a few moments here and there to finish quilting a quilt for a friend. This is another of the mystery quilts our bee did last year. Once they're all done, we're going to donate them to soldiers. Since my friend Verna is moving, I offered to quilt her top for her.
|Another Hatch and Windows Mystery Quilt|
I used a new pantograph to quilt it from the book Quilting Dot to Dot by Cheryl Barnes. The pattern doesn't have a name, but it's on page 87. (I've actually gotten a lot of really good pantographs from this book!)
|Quilt pantograph I used|
|Back of Verna's Quilt|
- Size: 59.5" x 71"
- Fabrics: N/A - Verna made the quilt top.
- Batting: Warm & White
- Thread: Superior Threads So Fine 50/3 #451
- Pattern: Mystery 26 (Hatch and Windows) from the Yahoo Group Mystery Quilts 4 Military
- Quilting: p.87 Quilting Dot to Dot by Cheryl Barnes
- Completed: January 2013
- Recipient: QOV
Now hopefully this cold will let up and I can move on to funner things!
A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.
Proverbs 17:17 (NIV)