I've been sewing a lot. It's winter here in New England and too cold to be outside gardening. Lots of snow out there. Winter is truly here.
When I visited my cousin in Florida in November, she gave me lots of quilt panels, some even had the backings to go with them. I have been working on them. I have a place that I can donate them to and they will be well used. I finished 3 so far and I'm working on the fourth now. Unfortunately, my free motion quilting foot on my machine broke last night. I need to go to the sewing store today and get a new one. I can't work without this foot. I am praying that they have one in stock.
So here is the first one. This is one of those pre-quilted panels. I just had to make the binding and attach it. It is really cute!
I didn't do as much background work on this one, but I think it came out really nice. I love the pink on the back and for the binding. I did the hearts by sewing around a cardstock cut out. Easy and they look so pretty!
This is my new serger. I haven't really used it yet, but will use it mostly for my doll clothes that I make. This was a Christmas gift from my better half...
This is the third quilt. It is all done with free motion quilting. It took a really long time, but I think my skill has improved overall. I love the matching backing that goes with it.
I have quite a few more to make, but I love sewing these panels and I know that they will be appreciated by the recipients. Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a great day!
'Til next time, Love ya, Jean