Welcome Jacqueline :)
I peeked at your gallery. Your quilt is lovely! I also like your sewing room. It looks like you have a nice space to be creative.
I used to be your "neighbor" in Phoenix. I'm now in Las Vegas.
Thanks Marie, I sometimes beat myself up for no good reason. I want this quilt to be something that my daughter keeps and cares for maybe one day even cherished.
Thank you Sheri, Las Vegas is not so far away that a retreat can't bring us together! I am looking forward to a long relationship with the girls of QCA!
Oh my, Jacqueline, that flower is incredible! Thanks for the close-up.
Jacqueline Boswell:"Dear Pam....Teach ME Your Quick Quilting Techniques." printed copyright 2003 by Leasure Arts
Ha, ha! I don't think any technique can make 3500 pieces "Quick".
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
I totally agree, nothing can make 3500 pieces quick! roflmbo!
Oh my gosh, Jacque, that pieced rose is incredible, and you have done a wonderful job picking colors. Nice work.
gini in north idaho
Beautiful quilt. That has to be a Pam Bono design. She makes some lovely patterns but wow...all those little pieces can be really intimidating. I made one of her patterns that were all shoes for one of my daughters. I think I would rather do paper piecing than doing all those tiny pieced pieces...LOL>
Yes it is Pam Bono! Her techniques make the small pieces not as bad but a lot of work non the less. I fell in love with the quilt wanted the experience and I think my daughter deserves it......I THINK! LOL!!!
Oh My --- such tiny pieces and so precise. Your colors are so wonderfully coordinated. Kris -- this is right up your alley.
Jacque, I snowbird in Yuma. Missed last winter, but hope to go this one.
A bed without a quilt is like a sky without stars.
Oregon & Arizona
Snowbird Quilter:Kris -- this is right up your alley.
I'm working on a Pam Bono design right now. I modified the design to suit my needs but it's mostly Pam.