It went very well...

2.17.2012

What went well, you ask? 

I used Tipsy yesterday.


On this quilt for Reagan's piano teacher.


It went very well...It's not perfect, but that's okay. 


The point is 

a: I did it...

b: with no anxiety...

c: and I made my husband very happy for using his gift...



16 comments:

  1. And your quilting on it is very lovely. It is very smooth and sweet flowing.
    It will be a wonderful gift!

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  2. OMGosh Amy! It's beautiful!!! I love it! Good for you. It will get easier, you know....it really will. Good job!!! What a gift!

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  3. Looks Great Amy, The colors are very pleasing also. Keep up the good work. Chris

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  4. You go girl!! A happy husband is a very sweet thing!

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  5. You did a beautiful job. Remember, we don't do perfect because only He, is perfect;-)

    Good to find you again.

    blessings, jilly

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  6. lovely fabric colors and you did a good job!! the quilting is very nice. I have been trying to incorporate more brown into my choices...it has never been a fav but a necessary color I am finding..
    thanks for showing!!

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  7. That is gorgeous! I love the green you put in there and your selection of other fabrics as well. I think my daughters' piano teachers were lucky to get...hmmm.....hmmmmm. Well, we must have given them something, but it definitely wasn't a beautiful quilt!

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  8. It looks perfect to me! blessings, marlene

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  9. Amy I do not understand. Your quilt is perfect. Love the fabrics and the
    stitching. You did a great job.
    Hugs
    donna

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  10. Oh...I love your quilting on it...just wonderful!

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  11. ...and

    d: you did a great job and you can be very pleased with yourself :-)

    I love your quilt!

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  12. Your quilting is fantastic!!! ... And those colours together are gorgeous!!

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  13. It look so fabulous.Color combination are so different and amazing look.


    a boards uk

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  14. It looks great, but I feel for you Amy. I do not remember if you looked in on my blog posts on troubles with my machine, but when the problems start up, there is no rest until it sews right. I am glad that this was "pain free" this time. You will grow to love what you can accomplish with it ~
    :-}pokey

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  15. wow this is georgous! how you do that and what is tipsy?

    i would love to do such great quilting on my quilt... so conventional... on the seam!
    great week to you

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