I really felt I had to knuckle down and get on with some finishing off this week.
I machine quilted my small Hunters star quilt. After finishing it I know now why I send my quilts off to be machine quilted. Even though I did a wonderful couple of days machine quilting with Philippa Naylor mine has not improved. She is truly inspirational on what she achieves on her domestic sewing machine . She has won lots of awards and a couple of her quilts are in the AQS museum in Paduach. Not much chance of mine ever ending up there- But we do live in hope the mine will improve after practice, practice practice.
I also machine quilted my Poets Soldier block quilt and like the backing I chose.
Finally the binding went on the Dutch quilt and my scrappy quilt.
I am just coming to the end of what I need to have ready for our SHIPTON QUILTERS Exhibition in April but now realise I have about 20 sleeves to sew on the backs. Another job I don't like -it seems so unproductive to me.
We have made a lovely charity raffle quilt and all proceeds go to Help For Heroes.
Have a little look at it HERE. I hope it raised lots of money for this worthy cause.