when nothing goes right. I decided to make a winter banner to hang outside. I was planning to machine embroidery on it.
So I got out my machine and then realized I hadn't loaded the embroidery software on my Macbook yet. It was only installed on my pc--which quit working quite a while ago. So I loaded it on my Macbook, downloaded the design, made changes, and saved it. When I got ready to write it to the card that fits into my embroidery machine, it wouldn't write to it. So after messing with it for a couple of hours, I finally figured out that the card reader I had to use is not working any longer.
So, it was 11 o'clock and I had nothing accomplished. Bummer!!! I had planned to quilt while the embroidery machine was running so that didn't happen either.
Had a quick light lunch and then got busy on this panel I had purchased a couple of years ago. I don't usually buy panels and only did because it was on clearance and I had just decorated my bathroom with bird houses.
Anyway, I did a quick stitch in the ditch around the triangles and decided to follow the pattern of the fabric for the quilting.
My question is . . . "Would you leave the bird puffy like it is or do some thread painting in that area follow all of the lines in the design."
Happy snipping, stitching, and quilting!