Good luck!Have a nice day!
Hey Christine, glad to see that your back in the blogging world.hope you get plenty of sewing done,Sue....
oh my, black on black is a challenge! I do admire your tiny stitching...much better than mine! thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I don't really know the brand name of the quilt frame that I use. It's a rectangular model that's free-standing on the floor. It comes apart and folds up. It can hold up to a queen sized quilt with the rods I'm using now. hope that's at least a bit of what you wanted to know...happy quilting!
Love your stitches... and if you have nice lighting black on black isn't too bad.. you can see your markings well... and your stitches.. as I said are LOVELY! Thanks for sharing! Kathi
If it's portable, quilting out in sunlight helps. I've been struggling with knitting socks in black, on size 2 needles. Argh! I've learned not to try to work on them at night when I'm tired. And it's easier in full sunlight. :)
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