I stitched around each of the spools… and then…………….
I actually purchased this pounce pad a couple of years ago….and I have never used it….how bad is that….
I only have white chalk, a different colour would have been better but I can work with this…
This is the first time I have used stencils as well, and I am just so pleased with my efforts….looks like the pounce pad is a winner…..
And I am going to have a bash at doing these tonight….clam shells….I have joined Jossie’s Clam Shell Club…..not sure how I am going to go with these…enjoy your day….
take care Peg….:>)….
Gosh that looks so good Peg! I think I might have to put one on my list of things to buy!ReplyDelete
oh wow Peg that is awesome,well done..now I know I have a thingy for that somewhere (t'was one of them things I just had to have)one day real soon I may just have to locate it,cheers VickieReplyDelete
Wow, Peg. Your quilting looks fabulous. Looks like something I might manage too ... straight line quilting is still my limit. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Looks great Peg!ReplyDelete
Although, I have no idea what a "Pounce Pad" is??
Your quilting is unreal - now please do tell - what is a "pounce pad"????ReplyDelete
As I clcked on the " 5 kind bloggers have said..." I was thinking..." can I really type, what is a pounce pad???" So thanks girls for also asking, now I dont feel so silly for not knowing! Peg, what on earth is a pounce pad? I have never heard of one, and I must need one! LolReplyDelete
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Your quilting looks great Peg, well done!! The pounce pad makes it so much faster and easier to mark out your quilting pattern.ReplyDelete
I've been debating about using the pounce pad. I bought one awhile back. After seeing how well your markings came out, I think l'll give it a go. Your quilting looks great. Good job on the stitching.ReplyDelete
It looks fantastic!! Good for you getting the pounce out!! But oh, you are brave to do the clamshells. Really looking forward to seeing your progress on these.ReplyDelete
I have a pounce pad too -- but have yet to use it. You're inspiring me to start. Your quilting looks fabulous.ReplyDelete
The clamshells are fun -- and oh, so addictive!
Looks great Peg, but I wonder too.... what is a Pounce Pad?ReplyDelete
Looks awesome. I bought that same pounce pad. It's still in the plastic wrapper though. Thanks for the motivation that I needed.ReplyDelete
Hi Peg! It looks just fantastic you are doing a great job. Love it.ReplyDelete
wow that was quick.......you did find the punch pad and use it..........looks great..........ReplyDelete
Your quilting looks great! Might have to look out for that pounce pad...great idea. Oh those clamshells are so sweet & tempting!ReplyDelete
I had a pouncer for years and never used it. Finally gave it away. Sometimes I wish I had kept it.ReplyDelete
Ooh I think I might have to get one too! Did you just use a walking foot?ReplyDelete
LOVE your spools quilt, the fabric is adorable and your quilting is fabulous!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the clear photo's I think we will be all going out to get a pad. Happy stitching.ReplyDelete
I'm lost - what is a pounce pad????ReplyDelete
nice work peg.ReplyDelete
The fabrics and spools look great. Had to "google" pounce pad. Now I get it. What a great natty thing. The quilting looks great.ReplyDelete