The Ladder Is White & Tule Progress

After stalking photos of other people's quilt ladders, I decided on white. I found two photos that were the same wall paint color as mine, one with a black ladder and one with white. I thought the white looked best for what I needed. It still needs another coat of paint but I'm happy to be able to use it today for a couple quick pictures.
I am only half done with the quilt top. I'm not feeling up to par again, but some progress is better than none!

I thought perhaps buying a higher quality memory card would help with my camera issues, but it did not. The pesky specks of white and shadow strip are still lurking in some of my photos. I've decided to get the Canon Rebel t3i, thanks for the recommendations from a couple readers! I did some homework and I think that will be a good choice for me for now :)

Have a great weekend friends!
Linking up to Needle and Thread Thursday at My Quilt Infatuation 
and Fabric Frenzy Friday at Fort Worth Fabric Studio 
and SEWjo Saturday at My Go-Go Life


  1. OMGosh Christine, you did such a beautiful job. I really think your fabrics are perfect:)

  2. Oh, and I forgot, the ladder looks perfect in white too:)

  3. Your quilt top is looking beautiful, and your photographs are amazing. I like the white ladder!

  4. your quilt top looks great, and good luck with your camera. I am not very photo savvy. I actually take all of my photos on my iPhone, and it works for me!

    Thank you so much for sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

  5. Looking good. Both the quilt and ladder as well.

  6. The quilt is looking so beautiful, love the fabrics.

  7. Love your ladder Christine, and that quilt top is gorgeous! Just wanted to let you know your quilt was featured on the Fort Worth Fabric Studio blog! :) Thanks for stopping by and linking up!


  8. I think the white ladder was a great choice! The quilt top matches both your wall color and the ladder, too, so your photos are quite complimentary! :)


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