I have a group that are eager to earn how to really use the stitches on the their machines and designed a couple of quilts that whilst traditional are very non-traditional in their construction. I encouraged them to really go outside their boundaries and experiment.
This quilt is the second of two quilts that I made demonstrating the technique. It has been finished for a while and features free motion quilting as well as using the mock hand quilting stitch. This one was decorative stitched on my 830 and free motion quilted on my 440 (My 830 was busy doing something else!). The larger one was actually the first one I stitched but I have only just completed the quilting and need to get some photos - hopefully tomorrow.
I have procrastinated too long about showing some of the quilts and embroideries I have stitched over the last 30 years. I am now rectifying this and hope to add to my journal as quilts and creations are gradually completed. I have so many unfinished projects many of these used for teaching purposes. I have decided that after the last few years during which I have been unable to stitch as much as previously it is time to try and finish as many as possible.
I hope that you enjoy looking at some of my creations as I work through this pile! It may take some time.