Looks like she is well on her way to having fantastic piece! I agree, she will need a machine of her very own.....perhaps one day, you two will share a collaborative quilt
Your daughter's quilt looks beautiful, I'd love to see it in full away from the machine. Clever girl and I like her top too :-)
How wonderful - those competent young hands. Congratulations, Mummy! -sus
Now I wonder where she gets that from! We definitely want to see the finished piece. No fighingt over whose turn it is to sew you two!
She looks very assured, I hope she will let you show us the quilt.
Issbel's quilt looks stunning - and yes, I can well understand that you feel proud of her!When I got my Bernina last year I let my daughter (now 13) take over the other machine - but so far, there were only very few occasions when we wanted to sew simultaneously. Often, it seems they are periodically very intensively interested in one thing, then again in something different - so I would say: wait a little and see.But I would in any case plan giving my daughter a machine of her own when she's leaving home one day!
Oh. . .that is lovely! I can see why you feel proud.I think she's a lucky girl to have such a talented mum to inspire and encourage her. X
She is doing a fantastic job, you must be so proud. Love your Cornish bird pieces by the way. Sorry not to have been in touch.
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