And things were going swimmingly and the machine was already loaded with red thread, so I figured keep things rolling and on Tuesday I quilted my Snowball Quilt. I did my all over echoed paisley design on this one, and there is a little video tutorial over here for it if you are interested.
And then on Wednesday, I figured why not go for three in a row. So I loaded this little "leftover" quilt (I promise to share more on the name when I post the quilt ;) and changed the thread out to my favorite 402 Pearl and quilted some all over Loose Feathers that I learned from Rebecca's tutorial. And I can't wait to share more on this one ;)
And then we hit the Holiday's and all quilting came to a screeching stop. But 3 wasn't bad, and come Monday, I figured I should keep riding the quilting title wave and load another quilt. So I loaded my recent finish that will be my newest pattern release (hopefully pretty soon) and opted for some custom quilting. But halfway through the first row, I decided I didn't like a part of the custom quilting so out came the seam ripper. I should have known then that things were spiraling down. A while later with quilting ripping done, I pushed forward with renewed determination. I finished the first row and loved it!!!! Roll the quilt and onto the second row, when Wham!!! Super Loud Noise and crunch. I still don't know exactly what happened, but somehow the needle got loose and got caught in the thread guide and bent it right off the frame. So ya, talk about a screeching stop!!!
A new part is on order, but until it arrives, my quilting roll will have to be put on pause. At least I have 3 quilts to bind though while I wait for the part to arrive ;) And I suppose that isn't to shabby. And that means new quilt finishes to share soon!!!!
I hope you all have a very Happy Quilting (or in my case Binding) day!!!!