Sewing Doodles

Sewing.  Free motion Quilt doodlesBetter Late than Never?

I know this is unusually late to add a posting…

I have been working away on some exciting new projects.  I CAN’T WAIT to tell you about them…

But I have to be patient…(not my strong suit!)

In the mean time,  what do you think of the new banner?

Hope your day is filled with excitement!

Lori

PS…All tutorials, images and information are the property of Lori Kennedy at The Inbox Jaunt and are intended for personal use only.  Feel free to share with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt.  For all other purposes, please contact me at lckennedy@hotmail.com.

PPS.  Sulky Rayon on Kona cotton–BERNINA 150.

 

50 thoughts on “Sewing Doodles

  1. I love it, Lori! These are amazing doodles! I’m doing your mystery quilt along and am learning so much. There was a time (not too long ago either) that the only thing I noticed about thread was it’s color. Thanks for letting me know there is soooo much more!

  2. the new banner is awesome! can see it as just the thing to work into blocks and then in the border of a sewing studio quilt! you have so much talent and are so generous in sharing it!

  3. AWSOME . I envy your talent….as hard as I try…I must concede that I just have no talent to machine quilt…..but my friend you do a fabulous job and I will continue to follow you hoping someday something will click.lol

  4. Your banner is fabulous, Lori. It’s obvious you are a gifted artist, and it shows in your quilting. Eagerly awaiting your new projects. Keep up the good work.

  5. I love the new banner. I am making a quilt with some fabrics that have needles, pin cushions, sewing machines and other sewing items. I used your thread pattern to quilt some of the setting strips. I am going to try to incorporate your pin cushion and needles somewhere. fun stuff. thanks

  6. Your banner is just wonderful. Thank you for all of your inspiration and knowledge that you give away so freely. You are so very talented and I can’t wait to see your new design 🙂

  7. The Banner is FAB! I was just reading an article in the APQS magazine about using doodles for design. It looks like fun.

  8. I think this is my favorite banner so far…but would change the color to that beautiful deep blue you use or the kelly green…..hmmmm…maybe purple…..Thanks for sharing….I think I may need to doodle this out myself for a sewing room banner….or maybe quilted valances for the sewing room! Blessings…

    • Love your banner! I can’t help but think how gorgeous mine will be one day………………If I ever get to “one day1′

  9. Lori, Thanks for your help with my Bernina questions. Do you use your various Berninas for different tasks? Could you please share how and why?
    Thanks!

  10. Hi, Lori! I live in Ururuguay and am following you since last year.
    I love hand quilting, which I’ve been doing for the last 4 years, but machine quilting is a big challenge for me and I didn’t even dare to try to do it until now.

    I am practicing to write with my machine and I like it a lot (a friend of mine – Cecilia Koppmann, from Argentina, http://www.patchworkycia.blogspot.com – taught me)

    Now I’ll try some of your designs for beginners.

    Cheers!
    Blanqui 🙂

    • So glad to have you here! Welcome! Is hand quilting more popular in Uruguay? I know it is in most of Europe.

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