Quilting Lazy Sunday

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My Lazy Sunday mystery quilt is on the frame and getting quilted. I love having the big frame….just wish I had a long-arm sewing machine.

Can you see the amount of space I can stitch? It is only about 3 to 4 inches so I don’t do anything fancy, just some simple meandering.

Quilting Lazy Sunday

I really do like it for big quilts, small ones I still just do on my other vintage 15-91 Singer that is in a cabinet in my quilt room. This is set up in the living room and you wouldn’t believe how much I got done on it yesterday……just because it is always ready for another row of stitching. 

Quilting Lazy Sunday

I chose a pretty wild orange fabric for the back and I really like it. I have no idea what I’ll use for the binding yet.

Quilting Lazy Sunday

 I first started working on the Lazy Sunday mystery quilt in May and I’m finally quilting it!
It was the end of August when I started putting the quilt together here.

I think Jo from Jo’s Country Junction is doing a weekly update on Bonnie Hunter UFO’s before the new mystery quilt starts so I’d better see if I can get this done before tomorrow!

Bonnie Hunter from Quiltville will be starting a new mystery quilt soon called Celtic Solstice.

Quilting Lazy Sunday

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  1. I, too, would love to see a video Connie. You basically move your machine like you would if it was a long arm machine, right?

  2. Absolutely amazing Connie! I was gifted a featherweight 221 in October and my mom is giving me a frame at the end of this month, you make me think of all the things I might be able to do!

  3. I'm amazed at what you can do with that Featherweight. I always tell my friends about you. I know what you mean about lack of space. I only have a Pfaff on a frame and my space is limited to 5".
    After seeing what you do with only 3-4" I'll never complain again. You are a wonder.

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