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Aug 31, 2008

Can't Get Enough/Borders

I can't get over the things my Janome 11000 can do or the fact that it can communicate with my computer. My grandfather would have loved this technology! Anyway, I ordered, downloaded, extracted then uploaded the "Hands on Bible" design. Within an hour and a half (actual time 53 minutes but I was busy elsewhere) the design was stitched out and volia.....5 1/2" X 7" Finally, I got the borders to this little quilt put on. If you'll remember, I finished putting the blocks together at a recent retreat....weeks later.....all done. Hooray! 41" X 42 1/2"


The Quilting Pirate said...

WOW....I love the hands! How big is that?

YAH for another finished top!! Do you know how you are going to quilt it?

Kathy said...

Rhonda, great job. I love the bordes you added to the Western quilt. It looks great.

And those hands....awesome!

Connie said...

That is just lovely!! I love the comment about your grandfather--I think my grandma would have just loved quilting (she was an amazing crochet expert). I have a Janome 6600--no embroidery capability in a formal sense but I have used some of its fancy stitches to make willow tree branches on a recent quilt--Janome makes a great machine, don't they?

Brenda said...

Both of your projects are gorgeous! The patterns you chose go so perfectly together and the Hands on Bible pattern is so peaceful.


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