I’m still having fun with my Go. I’ve almost filled all my project boxes. In fact I’ve filled one and emptied it already. I’ll share that tomorrow. I’m so happy I’ve found this great solution to the necessary evil, that is cutting. And it is so quick and easy. Not to mention my wrist no longer hurts after cutting out a quilt. I broke my wrist when I was in fifth grade and when I use it a lot it aches. I’m sure it has nothing to do with my age. 🙂 My Go has eliminated that problem. YEAH! Pain free cutting. So I had this pretty stack of fabric, Riley Blake, Primavera, by Patty Young.
And about an hour latter I had these pieces ready to sew.
Hoping to have a relaxing day sewing these pieces together.
Have you had a little progress in your sewing room? We’d love to see it. Link up and share.
So neat and nifty that you have a Go! Very colorful, fun quilts here!
I have had little progress the last 10 days but now that I am back home I sure I will see some again – the aches and pains do get worse with age 🙁
I'm intrigued by your Go purchase and love you describing the ways you are finding to use it. Is your's the motorized one or the one you crank? I was wondering if the manual version was hard to turn.
So wonderful that the GO! is making quilting easier for you! Can't wait to see the final creations!
Lots of fun going on there with the different shapes.
I also love my Go! Sometimes I can even get my grandkids to join in on the fun! Your fabric choices are awesome!