Here's a project I quilted up for my sister. She's getting married this weekend. I can't believe it! We're 22 years apart and she seems like just a little kid to me. I will be making her something bigger and more elaborate, but she had a very short engagement and there just wasn't time.
I've been needing to do a review of the Westalee Ruler Feet but again, not much time. I put one on my Janome 8200 for this project and it worked great once I set the height just the way I needed it for this project. I will go into more detail on this foot in a later post. I used my straight Fine Line ruler from Accents in Design for the frame around the monogram.
They're young, modern, beautiful people, so I thought a modern monogram would be just the thing for them. I hope I've got the initials in the right place. Groom's first initial first, the last name, then my sister's first initial.
My sister has my step-father's last name and it's a mouthful, so she's happy to be marrying a fellow with a simple last name. Having traded Dreisbach for Johnson, I know how she feels! This McTavishing was a blast to do. I threw in a few swirls and feathers too.
I am happy to get this project done just in the nick of time during this busy month. March has been insane, folks!