Wow! It’s been awhile since I did a Sunday Stitching post. But, I’m trying to get back in the blogging habit and I did some stitching today, so here we go. My Mister wanted to squeeze in one more day hunting before deer season closes on the 15th, so I had the house to myself. I did quite a bit of multitasking. After over a decade of longarm quilting, I finally took the plunge and added an Intelliquilter computerized system to my A1 quilting machine. I am loving being able to stitch out an edge to edge while doing piecing work on another project at the same time. I used a panto called Toys from It’s a Quilt Thing to quilt this cute client baby quilt. It stitched out so nicely. My client brought me a denim quilt back with this one. That was a first for me and I was a bit concerned about having tension or thread breaking issues. Not one bit of trouble! My trusty A1 handled it just fine.
While the IQ was working away for me, I worked on piecing some more floating star blocks for a commissioned memorial quilt I’m making for a sweet lady that was recently widowed. Having lost a spouse myself, I know what this means to her. It’s going to be very scrappy looking, with a mix of fabrics from his shirts, a pair of shorts, and even some swim trunks. I am praying it all pulls together nicely in the end. This is such a special project.
I knew it was time to call it a day when I started sewing parts together upside down. 🤦🏻♀️ Un-sewing and re-sewing is not so much fun. Once I fixed my boo-boo I called it a day.
Have a marvelous Monday tomorrow! Thanks for stopping by.
4 thoughts on “Sunday Stitching”
I added IQ to my A1 and am loving it too!!
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It’s great! I have sooooo much to learn still. I’ve barely scratched the surface of what this thing can do!
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If you haven’t yet, you should join the Facebook IQ group. Lots of good tips there and videos. I’m still learning too, but am really glad I made the investment.
Yes, I joined it some time ago. I also signed up for Tracey and Tonia’s classes. So thankful for those resources. And, I agree. I don’t think I’m going to regret making this investment.