Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Feeling Groovy.......Border Quilting


Day 12


This has been a lot of FUN to quilt!~
Today I spent the day machine quilting the borders:



It took a great deal of hours to complete the quilting on the center
portion of the quilt....very heavily quilted.
(my son could put this in his trunk with a spare tire on it
and it wouldn't hurt this quilt a bit!)



I am excited to finally get to the quilting on the borders:


The green border fabric helps show off all of the stitching.




I am not alone today in the Thread Shed:


The yearling cattle are just outside the window at the barn.




The UPS man pulled down the driveway this afternoon
with this:


I dropped my Nikon a few weeks ago.....eek!
It has been at the camera hospital.
It's back home and working great again!

Thank You



To help with the Nikon separation anxiety...


I have been using our 7 year old Olympus point and shoot.
Thanks to this little camera I was able to keep up with the images
for this blog.



Let's give the Nikon a work out to see how
the repairs went:


I rarely use a flash when photographing quilted textiles.
The flash washes out all of the fabric colors.
The Nikon works well in low light conditions.









CLICK HERE to see how this motif is drawn out


6pm.....I am calling it quits for today:


I will spend the weekend binding and labeling
Feelin' Groovy

Monday I will surprise our youngest son on his birthday!


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CLICK HERE to view: Calypso Quilt

CLICK HERE to view: Camera Solutions Inc, Portland, Oregon


May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,
LuAnn Kessi

6 comments:

Leslie McNeil of MarveLes Art Studios said...

Gosh, you should be feelin groovy! I too, love how that quilting is showing it's groove. Beautiful and FUN.

Robin Quilts, etc. said...

I love the border quilting. Great job, well worth the time and effort.

Emma said...

Beautiful quilting!

Lesley said...

Your quilting is amazing!

Anonymous said...

Your quilting is so beautiful. I hope your son will appreciate this great gift of time and talent.
Annick

Lynn said...

A very nice quilt - pretty cheery colors and the quilting looks wonderful. So sorry about your camera...so far I have not dropped mine or knocked it off as it is always on my sewing table when I am working.