Angele, your baby quilts are cute
Donna, cool fabric
Patti, your fabtic, is great
Jacy, that is a beautiful quilt
Kris, your block is so pretty
Jacy, That quilt for your daughter is beautiful-- and different. I really like it. Ginny
Angele and Gini and Jacy and Kris, I love your work!
Those snow fabrics look really fun to make and reveal! will you be able to cut it up and use it?
Aside from a little FMQ practice and that thread catcher, I haven't done much of any sewing or quilting for a couple of months and then, just as my mojo comes back, my machine goes kafluey. Hopefully she'll be fixed in a day or two and I can throw off this funk and get busy. There's so much to do! I did manage to get out to a quilt show in Austin last weekend and I've posted pictures in a separate link http://www.quiltersclubofamerica.com/forums/t/39092.aspx . Max, I thought of you while I was there :o)
Southwest of San Antonio
Wow Patti, I love the intensity that is left in your fabric. Ginny
Kris, I love your quilt block. It is very well done and beautiful. Ginny
Debbie-do:Those snow fabrics look really fun to make and reveal! will you be able to cut it up and use it?
I had some thoughts about what I would do with the fabric before the 'reveal,' but now I haven't a clue. I think I need to make some solid pieces of the colors that went in it. Then alternate some of the solid with the mixed colors some how. We'll see.
It's gorgeous, Patti!
Kris, your applique is impeccable! Love your block!
The snow dyeing fabrics are truly unique. Love all that have been shown. The link I am sharing is for a long arm quilter in northern Manitoba who does a lot of snow dyeing, including backings for clients' quilts. She is also working on a sampler curve it up quilt using her own fabrics. I drool every time I see her postings. http://tamarackshack.blogspot.ca/
Patti, I'm in love with that piece of fabric.
What size is it? It sure would make an awesome panel for a quilt. You have amazing talent, keep using it, it is surely a BLESSING!