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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Machine quilting with 'Nessie'

Yes - I do have a name for the new machine ..

Nessie !!


Sewing with a grimace of concentration :)  one garden glove on and one quilt glove on ...
I tend to put on what I can find!

One row of blocks completed
Now back to some more sewing....

12 comments:

Janet said...

You have a look of concentration for sure, the quilt looks like it's coming along quite fast. I hope Nessie is behaving.

Linda said...

Nessie is great name! Love your quilting! Ohmy is it ever beautiful!

Leeanne said...

Super! I too quilt with gardening gloves (clean ones!!) I have very small hands and find they give me a nice snug fit.....looking good!

MichelleW said...

Nessie is a great name for her - I've never thought to try garden gloves!

Ethne said...

A woman after my own heart - I too use gardening gloves - they work a real treat and are easy to replace

rebeka said...

Hello berniadicct! What´s surprise for me looking at other bloggers photos and meet you with your bernina (berni) 830! I have one too, but I´m learning how to use it! Oh, I´m glad to meet your blog. If you want to see me my name is REbeka from Spain, and my blog; rebekapassionpatch.blogspot.com
Thanks for your blog!

Crispy said...

Yes you do look like your are really workin' hard LOL. The quilt looks lovely!!

Crispy

Sheila said...

How are you enjoying using Nessie? I would think that large open area must be wonderful .That is a beautiful quilt .

Sandra Henderson said...

Oooooooohhh your quilts are simply breathtaking!
Andrea, your lunch looks beautiful AND delicious!
Vie enjoyed catching up today. Xo

Marlene said...

You have very good sewing posture, something I am working on.

Joanne said...

I love how you quilted feathered wreaths behind the applique! Great design!!♥

butrfly2200 said...

Even more amazing. I commented on the finished quilt thinking that you had a long arm. Even more amazing that you did it on a regular machine and not a long arm. Wow. be proud of yourself. that is just amazing.
:)Carol