Salem Witches Quilt Guild

It is time to report on my Hand Quilt Along progress and I am excited to say that I’m finally back to stitching on my Salem Witches Quilt Guild panels by Crabapple Hill Studios.

I have been working so long on my Down the Rabbit Hole Quilt that this one has been pushed aside. Well, since I can’t hold my fabric for appliqué for a few months, I just folded my Rabbit quilt up and put it on the shelf until after the cast comes off.

As far as my Quilt Guild quilt goes, I finished coloring all of the panels, and I am happy to say that I have a wonderful embroidery hoop that allows me to stitch with just one hand. Woo hoo!😊

The only hard part now is separating the threads and threading the needle, but that is coming along as well:).

I am falling in love again with this fun little witch Quilting party. I mean really, just look at this poor little witch who was turned into a frog by mistake!

I smiled with every stitch as I looked at the cute expression on this red haired witch. (I have a preference for red heads. I have four red headed children❤️)

I hope all of the other hand quilters are having as much fun with their projects as I am with mine. I’m excited to head over and check them all out.

KathyLoriMargaretKerryEmmaTracyDebConnieDeborah,  Susan, JessiscaSherryNanetteSassyEdith, Bella, and Sharon

This Hand Quilt Along is an opportunity for hand quilters and piecers to share and motivate one another. We post every three weeks, to show our progress and encourage one another.  If you have a hand quilting project and would like to join our group contact Kathy at the link above.

Thank you for dropping by today. I hope you have a wonderful Easter!

30 thoughts on “Salem Witches Quilt Guild

  1. I was wondering if this would be the project you could work on! Love that hoop, so glad you have it so you can back stitch without strain. 😊 I am amazed that you are managing French knots at all, and those are textbook. Keep healing, and drink your milk!🐄🍦

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  2. Hi Tracy,
    You are inspiring me to get going on this project. It is still in the pre-planning stage, a.k.a. no progress at all. Thanks for sharing the closeup photos – your coloring and stitching look fabulous. ~smile~ Roseanne

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    1. Thank you for the get well wishes Farm Quilter! It’s definitely a learning curve, but I’m not the first to ever break an arm, so it’s all good❤️. I am having a nice time embroidering with my fancy hoop. I can’t wait to see it finished either:). !❤️❤️❤️

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