Sunday, September 12, 2010

Screened Porch Quilting on Jim's Woobie



Another gorgeous day in the Piedmont Triad, so I was out on my screened porch quilting on Jim's woobie quilt.

The stippling design shows better on the back side.  I'm loving the 80/20 batt and the soft backing fabric.  They quilt like a dream.

3 comments:

quiltcat said...

It's coming along beautifully! How do you transfer the stippling design to the fabric...with a pounce? before you put it in the hoop? and then do you move your hand to follow those curves, or do you turn the hoop? I have tried quilting in a stationary frame and it's really hard quilting away from myself!

Dana W. Fisher said...

Hi Cat,
You've been busy catching up on your blog reading today, haven't you? I use one of those little rolling chalk wheels and just mark one stencil at a time before I put it in the hoop. I turn the hoop, because I have the same problem with quilting in the wrong direction. I try not to drag my hand over the chalk, but sometimes that's not easy. It's slow, but it works.
Warm regards,
Dana

quiltcat said...

Thank you for answering my questions, Dana! yep, finally getting around to a few of my favorite blogs...nice interlude between very heavy mind work today!