Monday, December 30, 2013

25 hours later!

I've had a quilt on my machine for a while now.  I finally finished last night.  It took me about 25 hours to quilt up, although it feels like it took a lot longer.



I know pretty lame...I'm really not one to just show a couple of peeks but for this one I have to.   I really do love how it turned out!

Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!

We were fortunate to have snow last week and my kids loved playing in it and Ty loved looking at them through the front window.


Now to load another quilt.  I'll take some pics of the quilting and share them here on my blog....soon!

~Jenny~

24 comments:

Andrea said...

Gorgeous, as always! Love your grace-filled quilting.

Auntie Pami said...

He is still too little to go out? At least he can watch. Can't wait for more pics.

Litamora's Quilt & Design said...

Looks so beautiful! Can't wait to see more!
Happy quilting :-)

The Slow Quilter said...

It looks wonderful, great job. No snow for us yet, just cold days.

Farm Gate Creations said...

Absolutely beautiful.

treadlemusic said...

Always always enjoy seeing your beautiful stitching. Fluid and graceful. Hugs......

Heritage Keepsakes said...

The quilting looks fabulous, can't wait to see it all when you can show it. :)

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Beautiful!!!!

FlourishingPalms said...

Really, really pretty, Jenny! It's my goal, always, to try to make my domestic machine quilting look as wonderful as longarm quilting. You've set the bar high for me! :-) Have a happy and blessed new year!

ChristaQuilts said...

I'm loving your sneak peeks. Plus I'm glad you metioned how long it took. That's keeping it real :-)

Leanne said...

Love it as always !!! You never disappoint :)
And look at your cute little fella. Bet he can't wait to get out there with the big kids....

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Gosia @ Quilts My Way said...
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Gosia @ Quilts My Way said...

Great quilting, as always!!! We have no snow in Poland, yet... And days are warm. We have 10C :)

kitty said...

This is very, very beautiful quilting! Just 25 hours!! I would be over the moon to have that result in 25 days!!
Ty is such a big boy already!
A very happy and healthy New Year to you and your family!!

Michele said...

Definitely not lame. Simply stunning!

Malini said...

Your quilting looks fabulous.
Ty is getting big. Adorable!

Cynthia said...

Oh my gosh I love your circley quilting! So cute and brilliant as always!

Becky Schultz said...

Nothing you do is "lame" girl. In fact I find EVERYTHING you quilt is quite inspiring...keep sharing, love it :D

Becky Schultz said...

Nothing you do is "lame" girl. In fact I find EVERYTHING you quilt is quite inspiring...keep sharing, love it :D

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Ginka said...

Jenny I especially like the ribon candy quilting that you did in one of the rings around the circle. It is so even and very well done and you were changing direction as you moved around the circle, impressive.

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