Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Moving Right Along

The Big Sister's quilted tote bag in progress:



"Little Miss Lily Marie", pin basted and ready to quilt. I have set up my workstation for machine quilting, which means positioning the sewing machine so that the cutting table is behind it and a card table is to the left. I plan to quilt this crib size quilt and "Little Boy Blue Two" before I move the sewing machine back to its normal position.





Have a great Tuesday!

10 comments:

Granny J said...

Princess Ella is going to be thrilled with that tote bag. It's precious. I love the design of the baby quilt with all the soft colors. That's a great idea to set up the machine that way.

Pen Pen said...

The quilt is so pretty... perfect for a sweet little girl to snuggle beneath! Princess Ella will be a happy little girl, too... so sweet for you to remember her too.

Florrie said...

It all looks so exciting, laid out with all the pins in, but also a little scary, this quilting bit is the part that gives me butterflies in the stomach...........you do make it look so easy.......beautiful fabrics.
florrie x

Anonymous said...

IT IS ALL INTRIGUING!

I just realized that you use safety pins instead of long straight pins - you know, the ones with yellow nubs on the end!! Do you find that they slip out too easily?

Both the quilt and tote bag are lovely - and so feminine. They will each be loved, I am sure.

Marjorie

A Servant of the King said...

That quilt is so beautiful!! Do you have your own craft room?

Elizabeth said...

Hi Debbie,
You work fast.:) This quilt is so very pretty. Great job. I am working on a small lap quilt today.
Hugs,
Elizabeth

Deanna said...

Can't wait to see the quilting.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely a beautiful quilt! That is so sweet to give Princess Ella a gift too!

Melinda

Alexandra said...

Wow, these are beautifully made gifts! I can't wait to see the quilt completed. You just couldn't buy anything at a store as special as this. Homemade is the best.

Rhonda said...

I am always amazed at how much you get done.
I mailed your Shutterfly codes yesterday - hope you enjoy making the book and cards.

Pockets of Time

Good Monday morning to you! I've been really busy lately, but I am trying to manage my time better in order to get more things done...