08 March 2018

Rainbows in Paris


My quilting goal this year is to finish two quilts a month, when I can. The only time I touched my sewing machine in February was to put the binding on my little neighbor's first free-motion quilting finish. She is pretty darned proud of her masterpiece!






Linking up with Busy Hands Quilts, Crazy Mom Quilts and Confessions of a Fabric Addict.

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  1. Sure turned out grand. She always looks to be so serious when doing it, but pretty proud in the end. Way to be indeed.

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    1. She was so happy to be done with this one, Pat! I keep trying to get her back into her ticker tape quilt, and she's too taken by this one!

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  2. Hi Deborah,
    WOW! She did a great job on her first free-motion quilting! I am so impressed. She will be a fabulous quilter by the time she gets to her mid-teens. That's so sweet of you to be her assistant! ~smile~ Roseanne

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    1. Thank you, Roseanne! I so love teaching her! It's like having a granddaughter near enough to teach! But that may happen in real life one day, too!!!

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  3. Give your little neighbor a pat on the back for me. She should be proud of her finish! Kudos to you for helping her. Liz in Houston

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    1. Thank you, Liz! I'm trying to get her motivated to start working on her ticker tape again now...

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  4. She should be proud! This is gorgeous!So fun and colorful.

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    1. Heide, her mom said she thinks she will treasure it forever because she's so proud of if!

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  5. What a fantastic quilt! And kudos to the little quilter who FMQ-ed it!

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    1. Thank you, Sandra! She is a pretty awesome little girl!

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    1. Thanks, Joy! I'll tell her you said that!

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