Category Archives: What’s In My Hoop?
I discovered the Ulmer Quilting frame years ago in a quilt shop in Mississippi. I was impressed with the size and the fact that you could easily fold it up and store it. This remained on my ‘to-buy’ list for … Continue reading
I can see the light at the end of the tunnel now that I only have five blocks remaining to appliqué. Yay! This is Alaskan Midnight Garden Block #20.
I think I am pretty brave to show you close-ups of the imperfections in my appliqué. LOL. One of things I love about quilting, however, is that once the blocks are all together, imperfections seem to disappear. This is Alaskan … Continue reading
Here is block #18 of Alaskan Midnight Garden. The yellow bird makes me happy.
I have been working on Choose to Bloom for over a year now. I finished the last inner border panel. All that is left is a vine outside border. I have no idea how this quilt is going to … Continue reading
The journey continues. Here is Block #17 of Alaskan Midnight Garden.
After a short break, I am working on the blocks for Alaskan Midnight Garden. This quilt has 25 appliqué blocks, and I am doing them by needle turn appliqué. They say quilting is a journey. I agree. I started this … Continue reading
The top inner border of Choose to Bloom was a lot easier than the two side borders because the house block in the center takes up a lot of space. This is the top inner border of Choose to … Continue reading
Some people say the border makes the quilt. I am inclined to agree as I struggle to finish Choose to Bloom. Last month I shared the left inner border of Choose to Bloom. Here is the right inner border.