On the Frame: Farmer’s Daughter, Lozenges and Easy Street

Monday was a busy day at the quilt frame.

First up was Kelli’s Farmer’s Daughter quilt.  This is a Country Threads pattern.  Kelli had this quilt far into production in 2011.  She  put the final border on this fall…now it’s finally getting quilted.

Farmers-daughter

Next on the frame for the day was my Lozenges quilt.  That has been done since October of 2014.  I think this one might end up being a wedding quilt gift.  I made this as part of Bonnie Hunter’s Lozenge block challenge.Lozenges

Last for the day on the frame is Kelli’s Easy Street quilt.  Kelli had it entirely finished except for the border right as the mystery wrapped up but put it away borderless.  She finished it up last fall on her great UFO purge.  It’s finally getting quilted now…As much as I would have liked getting three finished that didn’t happen.  Easy Street is loaded and ready to great me this morning.

That was a LONG day at the machine but I am so happy with the progress.  Can you believe I ended up binding a quilt too??  Stop back and see what got bound.

9 thoughts on “On the Frame: Farmer’s Daughter, Lozenges and Easy Street

  1. Karen

    You have become a quilting machine. Very pretty quilts. I didn’t think I would like the Lozenges block but your quilt is beautiful.

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  2. Shasta

    Wow that is a lot of progress for one day – three quilts! When I was quilting my daisies quilt, my progress was one daisy a day! And that didn’t even include the background!

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  3. Robby

    You’ve really gone to town on these. Looks like you decided on a good plan for your time when you couldn’t do your usual thing. Looking at those beautiful quilts can’t help but be encouraging, too.

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  4. Anne

    Love your Lozenges quilt!! But then I love all your quilts! Your color choices and the way you put your scraps together are just gorgeous.

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  5. Janette

    Beautiful quilts! Do you have a computerized longarm? Just wondering how you get so much done. You are amazing! I really enjoy all of your blog posts.

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    1. Jo Post author

      No. My machine isn’t computerized. I’ve been on medical leave right now, that helps me get so much done right now.

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