I have been taking a Quilting 101 class and this is just a continuation of my progress! 🙂
The first part / intro to this Quilting 101 segment you can read here.
Here is the shop’s mascot, Annie!! 🙂 She is the cutest!!
And yes, she is sleeping on stacks and stacks of beautiful, packaged Babylock Crescendo and Symphony sewing machines!!!! I am determined to own a Crescendo one day! 🙂 As I make more projects, I am learning how important it is to have more space in my sewing machine, specially the “throat” size! I tried to quilt a 16×19″ piece and it took a lot of patience for me to stop, fold and pull my project through the throat, turn and continue quilting.. I hope to have gathered more patience for when I quilt my sisters TWIN sized quilt, and my California KING SIZED quilt! I don’t know how I’m going to quilt those with my Grace sewing machine, but where there is a will, there’s a way! 🙂
Do you own a Babylock sewing machine?! I’d love to hear about it!
I completed my Log Cabin block ( #2) shortly after my 21st birthday, initiating the wine “tasting” held during our classes now! 🙂 Some Chateau St. Michelle Merlot to celebrate!
To my surprise, the fortune in my cookie that day(from lunch) read : “You will be a great success – Both in business and social situations.” Hmmm, interesting!
I hope to be on tv someday, wether that be as a guest, an instructor, actress, anything! 🙂
I’m currently trying to a contestant on Wheel of Fortune!
I completed my Waterwheel block( #4) in class, after enjoying some Chateau St. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon!
I like wine, can you tell? 🙂
I am planning to attend a Pedal N’ Paddle Tour, it’s a wine tasting tour that involves having to kayak and bike through the country to visit a couple of wineries!! How fun!
I will keep you posted on my progress on my quilting class soon, in the meantime, take care and thank you so much for reading!
Toodles for now,
Diana and Ray<3