DWM – A Finish and a New Addition

The brown/white thrifted shirt log cabin quilt, Going Up, is almost finished.  Woo hoo!!  Just hand sewing the binding and a label remain to be done.  So this is my design wall for DWM 🙂          Going UpSome more pictures, including the backing, which used shirt backs.  You’ll see Harley, our dog, approves 🙂

Going Up 2Going Up wHarleyGoing Up 1Going Up BackingNow for the new addition……to my sewing machine family!!  A guild member said she was looking to give her Elna sewing machine to a good home.  Was I interested?  Why, but of course I was!  Please meet Super Glenda, an Elna Supermatic with her metal carrying case folded out to a platform that is flush with the bed of the lean, green, Swiss machine 🙂   Thank you, Glenda for this wonderful addition to my sewing family.  I love her already.

Glenda 1Glenda 2Glenda 4Glenda 3Here’s the tag that was included along with a booklet.

Glenda TagGlenda booklet 1Glenda Booklet 2~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Stash Report:

  • Fabric in: 0 yards
  • Fabric out:  0 yards
  • YTD Fabric in:  121.5yards
  • YTD Fabric out: 70.5 yards
  • Net Fabric In/(Out): 51 yards 

Happy Quilting, Cherie

5 thoughts on “DWM – A Finish and a New Addition

  1. Great quilt! I posted a finished quilt made from men’s shirts, too. Love your browns and the log cabin patterns. I’m going to remember this one! Enjoy your new toy!

  2. Cherie, I really like your log cabin quilt. It turned out so well. I’m jealous about your lean, mean, green machine. Ever since I saw Bonnie shows hers I’ve wanted one too. You are one lucky girl. First the white FW and now this great machine. You must be living right!

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