How wonderful you two great quilters live near enough to do this sort of thing! I like the hexagons in the border on her quilt.
I didn't realize that the two of you lived so close. None of my quilting friends have a mid or long arm. You're a good friend.
That was kind of you. She appears to have had fun and did well for her first attempt.It's great for bloggers to share in so maany ways!
Love the "retro" quilt. What a nice lady to share-both of you actually:)
She did a beautiful job!
Thanks again for having me. I'm happy with how the project turned out, and I have a new respect for machine quilters. I certainly need more practice before I'd be comfortable with it. Just to set the record straight, I think these fabrics aren't quite so old -- more like 80s and 90s, made in the magic hexagon pattern. For those far-flung bloggers out there--I live nearly two hours away from Joyce, but it was well worth the trip!
How nice of you Joyce! Lucky Brenda! 8-)
What a great friend you are! How lucky she is to be able to play!Lovely result too.
Very nice quilt...and such a neat touch, writing love! It's sort of like a secret for the world to discover!
I admire you for letting another quilter stitch on your quilt machine, Joyce! I am not sure that I could. Brenda is a lucky friend. ;-)
How lovely to see a hexagon quilt free machine quilted! These quilts are so often quilted in the ditch or tied because people get rather overwhelmed by the pattern!
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