#8 of 10 is quilted. I had to be up early this morning to take Finn to grooming so after getting the t-shirt quilt trimmed and the binding on, I loaded and quilted my Windmills top. Pantograph is Chevrons but as you can see, I just loosely followed it and didn’t attempt perfectly straight lines … my machine isn’t computerized and I knew when I bought the pantograph I’d use it more for spacing than attempting to follow it exactly. I was hoping I’d like the effect – I do AND it suites this quilt.

I’ll start hand stitching the binding down tonight but this afternoon I’m going to read a bit and then crochet.


  1. This quilting suits the quilt to a T! I have always thought a pantograph was only for the computerized long arms, but after you said yours wasn’t computerized, I did research on it and now I understand. You are n a roll, Mary! You are getting so much done!

  2. The pantograph does suit the quilt perfectly. You just amaze me with how much you get done in a day. How many quilts on average do you quilt and donate in a year?

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