Monday, January 30, 2012

A feel good day!

January of 2012 is almost over! It has been almost five months since my shoulder surgery.
Last time I machine quilted a quilt was way back in August last year. I remember how good it felt to finish some quilts.

Well, after almost five months of break from machine quilting, I finally decided it was time to give it a try! And that's all I needed to do! These babies had been patiently waiting for almost two months after I basted them. I had honest intentions of finishing them before the deadline.

I guess the new deadline was today!
I spent my day quilting these baby quilts.


 Orange Baby Quilt
Blue/Green Baby Quilt

The idea was to start the year with the charity quilts. I think it is a great start!
I better pull those tops out from the closet and give them another look. It would be so nice to finish some quilts this year!





10 comments:

  1. both of them are beauties! I am so happy for you that your back to sewing now that your surgery is behind you....
    looking forward to seeing more projects from you soon :)
    Kathie

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  2. Both are lovely! Simple, playful and elegant, all at the same time. You are a color genius!! Congratulations on quilting again!

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  3. Congratulations Sujata - nice finishes, so glad you're feeling up to the task too! Happy day!

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  4. Hooray Sujata! A great start that will propel you into the land of the finishing! Can't wait to see them.

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  5. Well done. I hope your shoulder is now better than ever. And lucky babies!

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  6. It's so good youre quilting again! Watch out quilts, here comes Sujata!! Both quilt are so happy and joyful.

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  7. Well done Sujata!

    I'm so glad your shoulder is better and that you can now resume quilting :-)

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  8. Congratulations and what a victory it is! Love these quilts...the colors, fabrics and patterns!

    Hooray for you!

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  9. You're back to squares again! Wonderful color. Kicks me into doing better.

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