Let’s Play A Game

I went shopping! I have a project I will be starting next week – I will be doing something I’ve only done it once before – so there is a definite learning curve involved for me.

Ok, what will I be working on?!?

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27 Responses to Let’s Play A Game

  1. Cory says:

    Some sort of embroidery I’d guess

  2. debbe says:

    Hand quilting.

  3. Lisa L. says:

    I guess I should not be playing this game. 😉 Can’t wait to see it!! 🙂

  4. Deb A says:

    Has to be hand quilting – good luck with that!

  5. Hand quilting ; good luck ( I do not even like to hand sew binding ; so I will not be joining you !!! ) 🙂

  6. Flying Blind says:

    Not sticking yourself with the needle and bleeding on the fabric!?

  7. Kathrynn says:

    Hand quilting????? Good luck and have fun.

  8. Terry says:

    Looks like some hand quilting 🙂

  9. Sharon B says:


  10. Connie says:

    Looks like hand quilting or embroidery!

  11. Michelle Olsen says:

    I’m going to say hand quilting. If it was embroidery, I’d think you’d be using embroidery floss & embroidery needles. For hand quilting, it’s normally perle cotton, but it looks like your thread is hand quilting thread, and the between needles will work for hand quilting…plus you have a big 12″ hoop and a thimble, so hand quilting is my final answer 🙂 lol

  12. Margaret says:

    Yup, hand quilting. I have not done this but am in a quilt along that is hand sewing the blocks so I guess I will be learning to hand quilt too.

  13. Anna says:

    I agree with everyone else – hand quilting. Nice thread!

    I won’t be joining you in this segment!

  14. have fun ; I do not hand quilt !! I do not even like to hand sew one side of binding ! Would love to join ; but I’ll skip !!!

  15. Karin says:

    Looks like a lotta work, to me! Otherwise known as hand quilting. Have fun – it always comes out really nice, but I’m just not sure it’s worth the time & effort!

  16. Judy says:

    Since I embroider I don’t think I’ve ever used quilting needles so I’d have to say you are going to do some pretty hand quilting. Have fun!

  17. Tara K says:

    Looks like hand quilting! It can be a lot of fun, but also time consuming! 🙂

  18. Maria Kievit says:

    Would definitely be doing some handquilting. I’ll join you, am doing some right now. Trying to finish off some Christmas table runners that I probably hand sewed at least 10 yrs ago. Good luck! It’s not as hard as it seems, and looks.

  19. How about needle-turn applique?

  20. Jeanne says:

    I will follow the majority on the “hand quilting” answer but will embellish a bit further by saying you are going to be making a beautiful crazy quilt block!!

  21. Jacque says:

    You’re going to hand-quilt your Sew Happy Quilt, I betcha! LOL Now, what I would like to know, is how you will hand-quilt it….will you use an all-over pattern, like fans, or will you tailor your stitching to each particular block? Looking forward to seeing it!

  22. VickiT says:

    I’m really not sure given the lack of any fabric in your goodies from your shopping trip. Hmmm I’m going to guess you are going to be doing a hooped applique and hand embroidery wall hanging where your embroidery will be allowing some areas to poof out a bit because of the batting.

  23. Lorri says:

    oh, what is that word… Triputa, no…. Trapunto quilting. (had to look it up)

  24. Dawn says:

    I would have known but you already spilled the beans. lol Can’t wait to see! 🙂

  25. KimR says:

    Definitely hand quilting! That looks like batting at the top–not something you would use in embroidery–at least not to sew on.

  26. Gene Black says:

    I agree with those that say “Hand Quilting” – good luck – I am afraid of that “monster”

  27. Lori Smanski says:

    I would say you are hand quilting something small or possibly applique

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