Monthly Archives: December 2012
My new camera is helping to take some fantastic pictures this vacation break. But my favorite is getting the boys with the dogs.
So. . . just how do you add borders or make a quilt bigger without creating that friendly wave. Once you get the technique, you’ll be so much happier with your final quilt. First, let’s start with the definition. The … Continue reading
With the new puppy in the house, Buck has felt a little hen pecked. With my new camera I was able to catch this great photo. I am thinking it would make a great art piece.
This was one of my early raw edge appliqué pieces. I finally put it on the rack and finished it. I was inspired by Ruth McDowell. But she has all those precise seams. Nota my cup o tea.
Last year, while spending a much needed girl weekend in Milwaukee with Sharon, we found Grinch fabric. Of course it has been sitting on the “project to be named later” shelf since then. In a moment of inspiration, I started … Continue reading
I finished another client quilt last night. A cute little rose garden. We used a rose color thread and the hardest part to quilt was actually over the paisley print. The color simply faded in!! Turned out great. I can’t … Continue reading