First I promised photos of the lunch bags I've been making!
Very roomy! I think my daughter-in-law will have enough room for her lunch! I made a second one using the precut fabric I planned to use as lining in the previous bag. The lining in both is a water resistant nylon.
Lolah was awakened from her long sleep to quilt up some batting samples. I also wanted to test some new thread... this is Glide thread... gorgeous sheen and it quilts like a dream!
Lolah is sporting a new look... in order to increase drag when quilting pantos, I added bean bags... I really must make them prettier!
Then it was on to dressing her up for some serious quilting. This is the largest quilt I've loaded and it's probably at the maximum width on this 10 ft frame. If you've been reading this blog for awhile, you know pantograph quilting is out of my comfort zone. I bought several quilts at the Lupin Quilt Show last summer in order to practice pantos on Lolah and this is the first one.
This is my WIP for this week... check out the creative people at The Needle and Thread Network and Let's Bee Social.
The sun came out yesterday and it promises to be around today and tomorrow. That makes me happy!