“Aurora”…final chapter………

The binding is on/stitched and this one is a “finish”………………………..IMG_1134The purple was perfect for binding…IMG_1136 (2)IMG_1133 Just a reminder, the stitching was done on my Juki 2010, w/o any stitch regulation.IMG_0675 This “Dream Big” version has become a favorite in this household! I, personally, am really in love with the back view!……IMG_1125 The piece lays beautifully flat, thanks to my “squaring process” using the Bosch laser square (see this post).

Thread: (top) Glide, 60 wt & 40 wt, (bobbin) Connecting Threads Essential Pro poly, 70 wt; Batting: Hobb’s Heirloom, cotton/poly (single layer). Dream Big panel “Aurora”, stitched on my Juki 2010 DSM (domestic sewing machine).

A client quilt awaits…..adding a bit of variety to my stitching days! Happy November!!! Hugs………

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About treadlemusic

A quilter who rides motorcycle, living on a small hobby farm in southeastern Minnesota. Grandmother and Great Grandmother.
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5 Responses to “Aurora”…final chapter………

  1. bewtjwgmailcom says:

    beautiful

  2. kathyreeves says:

    I don’t know which I like better, the front or the back! You have a reversible quilt hanging!

  3. Patricia Dauphinee says:

    You did dream big and it is so beautiful, awesome job on your quilting the back is gorgeous.

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