Congratulations go out to Sherry for winning the Snowman pattern from
last week’s draw. It is in the mail and on its way, as we speak. Have fun
making it Sherry and send me a photo when you are done.
Winterfest was on this weekend and here are several photos for you.
Pretty cool to be able to make something like this out of ice.
I think that I will stick to cotton myself.
I am not quite sure who this guy is but it is neat to see him.
And I find inspiration in the wierdest places.
The circles are so cool on this octopus tentacles. I love pebbles on a
quilt and this reminded me of it.
Now, on to more important matters.
This piece was made for an upcoming challenge. I can’t say what
yet but the quilting design and inspiration came from Margaret Solomon
Gunn. She is one very talented longarmer.
The piecing design was created by me but the technique came from
Jacquie Gering. “Flipping and stitching” is the technique. Basically,
you cut out different sizes of fabric, stitch them, flip, press and
continue on again. It was good for me to try but I found it a very
Okay, I am sure that you have had enough of this piece but I really
like the quilting on it.
This baby is waiting patiently for me to take some time
to quilt up. It will have to wait a little longer though. It is
a design by Jenny Pedigo from Sew Kind of Wonderful.
Don’t forget to check out Freshly Pieced.
See you next week.