10 March, 2008

Pickin' Up Speed

I'm going a little faster, doing a little better, things are looking up on the pantograph front. I loaded up a real, honest-to-goodness quilt this morning, growing weary of my practice "sandwich" and figuring that I needed to venture out at some point and throw it into high gear. I did. It was a leap, but it's OK... I learned that can fly, fueled by sheer determination; sometimes it's touch and go but I didn't crash completely to the ground! When I pushed a little faster, and picked up a bit more speed I could round the curves more smoothly and consistently and carried on to new heights. This is going to be fun! "No Gray Areas" 56" X 70", pattern: Kwik Scrappy Squares.
6. Simplify and unclutter your life.
Life is Good!

11 comments:

Nancy said...

You GO girl!

n, np

Karen Dianne Lee said...

Oh my gosh this is so neat!!! I'm very excited. You're going to create such magical works of art, Oh boy this is fun!

Swift Needle Love, *karendianne.

Salem Stitcher said...

Look at you go!

Suzan said...

You are really sailing along... Congrats on making the leap from practice to working on a quilt!

Anne Heidi said...

That looks incredibe- you are just amazing! And I love the black and white quilt!

quiltteacher said...

WOW! WOW! WOW! Can't wait to see Sundance in action. Does Hannes sit at your feet and watch?

Libby said...

Lookin' good.

CONNIE W said...

Is Sundance(second with you now?
I still find getting rounded curves a challenge at times and speed helps me. Looks like you're doing great!

Quilt Memories said...

Way To Go!!! J

Lisa Boyer said...

Yay! Fly, little fledgeling, fly!

Bonnie said...

Whooowhooooo!!!! You are on a roll now!! Weeeehaaa! :cD

Bonnie