Sheer medallion finished!
What else do you do when it’s 116 degrees? Quilt of course! Bayley still needs her walks, but they are shorter and altered to find shade and paw-friendly places. I was able to finish my sheer piece that I wrote about last week, which is currently nameless: This is a prototype, a lark, a […]
Last week I wrote about how my friend and dyer Linda Waddle kindly offered to over-dye my languishing whole cloth trapunto quilt. The silk had faded from a delightful icy blue to a putrid yellow/blue/gray mix. Linda and I rolled on thickened dye as a Hail Mary move – what did I have to lose? […]
Well, kinda two finishes, more like wrapping up what was about 90% done previously. But hey, I’ll take it as a finish! I did ultimately decide to go with the “back” of the organza sheer SAQA Auction Donation quilt: If its purchaser prefers it the other way it will be easy to move the tiny […]
Finished – Much in Common!
I finished, just in the nick of time! I submitted yesterday afternoon, with a wee bit of trauma, but it. is. done! I named her “Much in Common”: “The linen tablecloth and I are about the same age. We both have some worn parts and stains, and not everything is symmetrical. It was a pleasure […]
Quarantine Quilting – Week 8: Details!
I hold the notion that most times it’s the final 10% of your quilting decisions that make or break your quilt. I think I have way more that 10% of work left, but only a few decision areas left. All of those revolve around the border. I have gridded the border, no small task […]
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