Saturday, January 21, 2012

FNSI Results…

Last night I managed to chain piece all those little dresden pieces and now they look like this…

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Now all I need to do is turn them and give them a press… I think it’s going to take a while ;O) And I finished the machine quilting on this quilt… but I want to do a little bit of hand quilting on it before I call it finished…

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Better get back to those Dresdens…

Michelle

13 comments:

Maria said...

Well done Michelle. You acheived all you planned.
Love the quilt nice colours.

Susan said...

Love the quilt - cant wait to see the dresdens all together

Lis said...

A great achievement for FNSI, well done Michelle and I'm looking forward to seeing those plates pieced too.

Cynthia said...

Your work is beautiful! I'm a newbee, and enjoyed reading your lovely blog...learning alot from quilting veterans like you.

Jody Herbert said...

Looks like you got alot done. A great FNSI!

Deanna said...

Your blocks are lovely! I look forward to seeing your dresden results, too.

Mummy and Me Stitching said...

I love your quilt and really really love the material you have chosen for your dresden plates. It looks to me like you had a real production line happening. Well done!

claire said...

Dresden blades are looking lovely! I recognise some of those fabrics!! Well done.

Hillbilly Tonya said...

I tried machine dresdens once and didn't do so good. That's when I took up EPP. Yours look so perfect even at this point!

tink's mom said...

I'm here from FNSI. Great work, I love your hand Stitchery.

Leeanne said...

mmmmmm Dresdens!!! I love them :-)

Farm Girl said...

Great FNSI results Michelle, it all looks great. The more I see these Dresden pieces everywhere the more I want to give it a go. Are you using the fancy little template for cutting the wedges, or can they be done without? Maybe I will try a block before launching into a whole quilt worth of them!

Charlie and Wendy said...

Lovely results Michelle. Your quilt is lovely, you have beautiful stitching!