I finished the quilt top for the custom order that I got through my Etsy shop a few weeks ago, which is for a throw size (60" x 75") of the Hillside Houses Quilt. I finally cut into my new roll of batting. It is already basted and I will start quilting it this Sunday. I'm hoping to have it completely finished and ready to ship next Thursday. A pic is coming soon.
This week I sold another quilt listed in my Etsy shop. The wall hanging I made during the Hillside Houses QAL. I call it Evening Hillside Houses.
handy dandy tutorial and watched this video. I shipped it yesterday.
my Craftsy Pattern Store and am extremely pleased w/the number of sales I've had so far.
I finished the Christmas gift paper piecing project! Well...it's not finished finished but the 20" square top is finished and I must say, it's pretty darn amazing! Now I just have to figure out how to quilt it. I'm also thinking about entering it in the Arizona Quilters Guild Quilt Show in March.
And lastly, I made a mug rug this week using this Tea Cup Pattern. I liked it much better as a flimsy.
1. I should use a walking foot for straight line quilting, no matter how small the project.
2. Binding projects this small is for the birds and I will not do it again.
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