This is another of our Victory Prayer Quilts. It was pieced by Claudia, and she started to quilt it and then changed her mind. I can't help feeling honored that she asked me to do the quilting. She has a fancy expensive longarm to which, about a year ago, she added IntelliQuilter--so, yes, I was a bit intimidated because I just use my machine and my hands. However, I'm more pleased with the finished quilt than I would have predicted.
I'm also grateful that the other members of our prayer quilting group are giving me some of their quilts for quilting. Their quilts are different from mine, so I'm challenged to come up with new ideas and to use familiar designs in new ways.
Our group is going to meet again this Saturday. It will be just a business type meeting this time, and we will exchange more quilts to work on. (And yes, I really should document the quilts I've made and/or quilted over the last several months. My goal has been to increase my output, and that is a challenge with a full time teaching job and how exhausted I am at the end of a work day. Of course, the time I spend quilting is almost always my happy time.)
Happy quiltmaking and knitting,