I've been away from my blog for a month to upload another blog in Thai. I was impressed to learn that many Thais are interested in quilting as well. Over there, in Thailand, Japanese and Australian quilting styles seem more popular than American quilting.
Well … I’ve finished my second and started my third quilt top. The second one was log cabin blog. I got an inspiration from ‘crazymomquilts’. Amanda Jean is fabulous! I love most of her quilts.
My log cabin quilt
The third quilt top, I got an inspiration from Tennessee State Museum. There is a room designated for quilting where many quilt blocks from the frontier women are displayed. I picked ‘churn dash’ block and wish to replicate an old style quilt. Later I went to Kentucky and found a bundle of repro fabrics. Then there was no reason to delay my third quilt top project.
I always wish to hand quilt my project but it takes two months just to take a look with my intimidation. Will take forever (for me) to hand quilt? Finally, I went to my quilt guild and asked for suggestion. My two quilt tops are now with a longarm quilter. It’s a happy ending.
I’m thinking to buy a new sewing machine. I just need any model which has free motion function. Of course it shouldn’t be too expensive. Since I started, I spent all of my allowance for fabrics and know that more will be purchased every month. Oh no!
Please feel free to drop me comments if you have suggestion regarding sewing machine.