I Quilt Linky Party #10


It’s Thursday and time for the I Quilt Linky Party :)  I’m going to keep it short and sweet this week as moving chaos has set in and I am exhausted!

i quilt blog button

Last week I shared my thoughts on wadding and invited you to also.  The lovely Dasha from Patching Pixies wrote a fantastic post on wadding.  Seriously, check it out.  She raises some important points about selecting your wadding and shares her favourites which I am going to look into.  Thanks so much Dasha!  I’m totally not one for handquilting (patience is not one of my virtues when it comes to quilting!) but check out this amazing piece of Dasha’s hand-work.  LOVE.

Thanks so much for sharing your wisdom Dasha, it is a great post, really good info for both newbie quilters and those with a bit more experience who want to know more about options when it comes to that invisible but essential middle layer!

I have been pumping out the quilts the last week.  Am trying to avoid burnout and arrange delivery of our shipment, attending end of year school concerts and even packing one child off for his first school camp.  I’ve finished three large quilts in two weeks and have almost completed two cot quilts this week.  Did I mention I’m losing my mind… ;)  At this point I’m going to finish up and go crawl into my bed cook dinner.

Baby girl quilt in progress

I’d love you to link up your quilting process.  Please visit 3 other bloggers (seriously, please do, that’s the fun of linky parties :) ) and add my button and/or a link in your post.  My goal is to share the quilty love.  I love reading about your process and I hope you are enjoying visiting the linkers as much as I am!  Next week I will be back on board with lots of quilty process.  This week I will have to live vicariously through you lovelies xxxx

3 Comments on I Quilt Linky Party #10

  1. Dasha
    December 5, 2013 at 10:46 pm (4 months ago)

    Thanks for the thumbs up Gemma, you are very kind! I don’t envy you this moving caper and I have been sending you quiet little waves of encouragement to help you along. Can’t believe that you have the kids in school already, and you’ve only been back 5 minutes. Hope the munchkin enjoys his first camp.

  2. DeborahGun
    December 5, 2013 at 11:13 pm (4 months ago)

    For someone who is in the midst of major upheaval I can’t believe how much sewing you have done. Hopefully its a stress reliever for you and a bit of sanity in the midst of everything else :-) I absolutely love the colours in your new quilt top.

  3. Jeifner
    December 8, 2013 at 8:09 am (4 months ago)

    Wow, you’ve done so much! Great job.


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