It’s finally happened. I’ve paired up all the Leader & Ender four-patch/snowball pairs.
But this baby isn’t even close to coming off L&E and into regular rotation. Now I have to pair all these blocks together.
And then all these will have to be paired together, but still – progress is progress.
As you may recall, Mom was working on one of these as well. She started well before me, and finished it up the other week.
She fancy quilted it and it is just STUNNING (So stunning, it sold in the shop within minutes!) She put her blocks together a little differently than I am, so our quilts will vary a bit. (Plus, I won’t be fancy quilting mine) But it gives you an idea of how it will look….
9 thoughts on “Taking the lead”
Oh wow! Your mom’s quilt is so beautiful. Her quilting is exquisite. No wonder it sold so fast. It’s amazing. (Your blocks are too. I’m just fascinated by that beautiful quilting.)
Blessings and hugs,
Wow!!! Flat-out gorgeous!
Wow! Both of them are great quilts! I will master feathers!!! But I guess I need to actually practice them to be better. LOL
I can see how that sold so quickly. What a stunner. I’d give anything to have the talent to machine quilt something so beautiful.
Your blocks are looking wonderful! Your Mom’s quilting is just awesome. Easy to see why that quilt sold as soon as it was in the shop. With a little practice, I bet you could replicate that quilting.
What a great collaborative work you two are! I like how you inspire each other. Her quilt is beyond beautiful!
We have to call you a dynamic duo or something!!! You work together so well. I LOVE This quilt and all the white space.
Glad to hear that your mom’s quilt sold quickly; time to make some more!
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