Time to long arm!!
Since it's been soooo long between sessions, I think I'd better warm up with a pantograph...or three!
What is waiting for attention?
|Pantograph candidate ONE|
I stitched up leftover blocks & bits contributed by Guild members into a top for charity.
|Pantograph candidate TWO|
I'm going to try this flannel top with flannel backing & NO batting.
It could make a light-weight delight.
Or, it could be an epic fail.
Guess I'll find out!
|Pantograph candidate THREE|
So many seams. Such busy fabric. Won't see the quilting. Great panto choice, methinks.
Once I started taking stock, I couldn't stop!
Next, custom quilting candidates.
Some of these offer opportunities to try something new, and some are old favourites that I feel deserve more than a pantograph:
|My class sample from six years ago was rescued from a pile of UFO's when our LQS closed.|
Still not entirely sure how I'd like to quilt this one.
|Another class sample waiting for some custom lovin'.|
This one seems obvious to me now...fill 'er up!
|Day & Night class sample.|
This needs some thought...it's not my usual style, so I'm a bit stumped.
|"Day & Night" table runner.|
|Vanilla Jamaica class sample|
I have some ideas, but need to draw and think them through.
|Scrappy Churn Dash is also in the line up.|
|Recently pieced to use up scraps.|
A place to experiment!
|My oldest UFO also begs to be a practice piece!|
Until today I only had a vague idea of my long arm "to do" list.
Now that I know, I'd best get at it...one quilt at a time.
|At least I remember how to load a quilt!|
Try, Learn, Grow!