Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Rolling, rolling, rolling....

Keep that scroll frame rolling.....
I am happy to report progress on my LHS - Heart of America. Using the scroll frame is great and makes me anxious to roll the bars and advance the fabric. I am thinking I need to pick out a nice sampler to work on with this set up. What fun that would be to be able to roll through the bands.


  Our Labor Day weekend was low-key so I managed to sneak in stitching time on this as well as some work on a quilt for my son - more on that in the next post.     For now a quick pix, a quick few stitches and it is off to work to wrap up the remaining data requests at work......whhhheeeeee!

4 comments:

Sherry :o) said...

You made some needle progress. I use my scroll frame periodically. I like it on larger pieces. I hate the prep though, putting it on the rollers. I use Q-snaps most the time.

Can't wait to see what you are doing for your son. I am starting to look for flannel for my son a quilt. The last one I made for him is crib size - he's now 6'3"...and steals his dad's flannel quilt I finished about a year ago.

Vonna said...

Your progress is great :)
I love this piece! And I love those little clippy things on the side of your frame, I bet they keep the fabric nice and taut! :)

Catherine said...

Lookin' good!

Susan said...

Nice progress, Robin! Hope you're staying safe and dry through all this rain we're having.