welcome to this week's sewing round up! Lots of finishing going on this week and some RSC lime green scraps used too. The picture above is the Purple Mountains finish..
I'll show some close ups while telling you about it. I started it a few months ago and got inspired to quilt and finish it this week. Lots of metallic sparkling threads, free motion quilting and some flowers...
I combined two fabrics for the binding, sewing the one color along the bottom, a special batik with green and purple on lime... love it... and leaving long tails to join the blue done on the top, later with diagonal seams.
I came up with a way to do speedy improv flying geese with this quilt... should I do a tutorial?
I'm showing closeups so you can point and say, "I have that fabric!" like I do when I see your scrap quilts, lol
look at the flower scrap... love that, and the little free motion flowers. When approaching something like this I started with strips of geese, then decided how I wanted them in the composition, and filled in with free form curves.
Color and line are equally important, as well as pressing after each seam
i like that the little low contrast mountain top showed up...
|thanks Deb for the star pattern!!!!(https://vtquilter.blogspot.com/)|
I'd estimate about half of these are sewn together now... while I've been listening to the book on audio in my studio space.
Do you do chores in between sewing sessions? our washer is upstairs next to the studio so I do laundry, I stop for walks, have lunch with dh, come down the wicked stairs for water refills to keep moving, go out to throw the ball for Milo
There's a cool show on Prime called making the cut... with Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum about designing clothing, I've really been enjoying the second season on now.
did you know you can watch Marianne Fons show on youtube? I really enjoyed watching how McKenna Ryan does her fusible applique technique here...
so that's about it for now... leave a comment to say Hi...