Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Show Quilt - Day 2


I'm not going to break any speed records at this rate. The first border and SID are done. I even knotted and buried my threads. LOL, I wonder how long that will continue. Not too happy with the vein on my molars either. I usually use a just a closed curved vein. Note to self: Do not try new stuff on your show quilt. I wonder if I can make this the bottom of the quilt (shhhh, don't tell the judges - wink - wink - nudge, nudge).

3 comments:

Mary Beth said...

looks beautiful to me!! Hope you are feeling okay.

Anonymous said...

I second that ! Can't wait to see it hanging at MQS !! Don't overdo, PLEASE ! Glenda

Deb Levy said...

It's looking fabulous Linda! I can't wait to see it in person.
Remember, slow and steady wins the race... Don't overdo, we have plenty of time, lol! I'll be right along with you doing the next day air shipping at the deadline...misery loves company, right?

Looking forward to seeing you.

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