Category Archives: Fabric
Finally. Progress on my habitat challenge. Let me just say I don’t like quilting thru fusible glue. Yuck!! Working on background for now until I figure out what to do with the shapes More yuck.
I had wanted to post these pictures for a bit. I love playing with raw edge applique. The size of this quilt was only 12 x 18 inches. This fish was created in two stages. First the body of the fish … Continue reading
Time for a progress update. I have cut out all my fabric and shapes. At this point, nothing is fused to the fabric. The black background it more to keep all the parts in one place versus the final back-drop. … Continue reading
This weekend I spent much of my days preparing the Habitat fabric. Step One: Adhere fusible web to the back of fabric. I like to cut my web just a little smaller than the fabric. By doing this, you don’t … Continue reading
YIKES!!! A new challenge to work on. Last Thursday I received the following 6 fabrics of Habitat by Jay McCarroll. The challenge for Modern Quilt Guild is that we need to turn them into any size quilt by the November 2011 meeting. … Continue reading
What’s in a name? Evidently a lot more than I knew one week ago. Marimekko How modern. Such Bold Colors. Very Fresh! Where could this bit of heaven come from? Finland, of course. This is 100% cotton. The weave is … Continue reading
Some folks call them orphan blocks. I have heard them called samples, mistakes, tests, errors, “craft-fails”, oppsies, slip-ups, etc. In any case, Strays are blocks that were left over from a project or class. They didn’t end up in the final … Continue reading