Archive for September 2010
I haven’t had any real finishes lately, which is why I’ve been blog-absent. But, I read something the other day about people wanting to see process, not just finishes. So, here are some WIPs (works-in-progress).
First, this is Sisterhood week. Here is the block I made:
I did this Monday night – it took about an hour and a half…used Tri-Rec Tools which make cutting triangles and other angled pieces really easy.
I’m working on a few other projects, too. This quilt is almost finished. I just need to finish pulling all my quilting threads to the back and tying them off. I gave you a bit of a sneak peek a few posts back. Here are a couple pictures of the border.
After 5 years, I think it’s about time to put this one to bed! It’s so densely quilted, it’s going to end up being a wall quilt. I really am looking forward to getting it done!
In October, I am giving a free demo on free motion quilting at TQW. I’m really excited to be doing it…but I need a sample project. So, I’m making a table topper from “Livin’ Large” a book by Heather Mulder Peterson. It is this Touch of Class tablecloth. I am using the Layered Nature line by Studio e. Here are a couple pictures of my fabrics – some cut, some not!
Finally, I leave you with a picture of Felicity. I guess she’s comfortable with us.