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Free Motion Quilting Challenge and More Cuteness

First business.  I finally took some time to work on the July Free Motion Quilting Challenge.   This month's challenge was taught by Angela Walters.  She showed us another way to break up spaces.  I decided to keep my insides all the same 

I need to remember that circles are time consuming but I love the look.  

And as promised on the last post, here's a picture of me and Jack.  My mom, my niece Claire and I went to visit Kelly and Jack (Chad was working).  We also wanted to see her chickens, her garden and her chicken coop.  All so wonderful but the best part was seeing how much Jack is growing. He's talking a lot - I don't always know what he's saying, he is a giggler which I love.  No sound is sweeter than a child's laugh.  Anyway, we got one good picture of us.  He's a wiggler and wants to RUN!  And be chased.  And did I say he likes to laugh?  Check out the video I posted on the post before of him making animal noises.

Thanks for looking.  I have another quilt finished except the binding  - hope to get that done and posted tomorrow.  


  1. I love that picture of you and Jack! That's a keeper. :)

  2. Great quilting! And yes, it is time-consuming.

    Super picture of you and Jack.

  3. Great work on your challenge piece. I need to try circles more myself.

  4. That looks fantastic!! And you circles look so perfect, which is especially tricky since you are using contrasting thread!!!


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