I went back and looked at all your quilts Chrissie- some beautiful and terrific work. I loved the Urban chain and blue hawaii quilts. The outbuildings make a beautiful backdrop for your lovely work. The new tablerunners are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing..
Your quilts are lovely I love the quilting designs you have done. I wish you lived closer because I think I am going to have to find a new quilter for my quilts Take care and how about new pictures of those good looking boys
Chrissie, I was wondering if you could give me some advice. My long arm is being a brat ! It sews fine then I get loops on the back. I have cleaned and rethreaded the machine. I have already quilted two quilts with the same thread with little problems. I am reluctant to change the tensions as it was working fine. Could it be the needle. So far I have spent more time unpicking then quilting.
Chrissie LOVE the new picture. Malcolm and Roman look so happy and I bet they are thrilled to be Mommy's new poster boys. How are you doing? Hope you are finding time to quilt at least a bit each day. Think of you often. ((((((((((((hugs))))))))))))))))))))) Susan
Good morning Chrissie, thanks for the invite to join the Quilting Canadians. I had a peek at the group yesterday, but wasn't brave enough to join, but I will go back and give it a try. It's wonderful to know there are some Canadians in the mix - goodness knows there's enough of us! I know where Kinistino is . . . I grew up just north of Prince Albert, so when we go through Melfort on our way to P.A., we always drive through Kinistino. I used to have a grade 6 teacher who lived there, Mrs. Shier . . . I think that's how her name's spelled . . . but that wasy many long years ago. Anyhow, I always think of her when we drive through. Now I'll have someone else to think of!