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Thursday, August 5, 2010
Tuesday night show and tell .... catching up
Here are some photos that have been "stuck" in the camera for a little while .....
Dina's batik - machine pieced using a circular tool she picked up in the US (most of the fabrics are US purchases too). Very pretty!
Robyn's liberated quilt!
Marijke's quilt-as-you-go is for her granddaughter ....
... who will like her completely reversible quilt
Jane' s panel is quilted with some trapunto to highlight the girl's features. She did it to show that she can finish a quilt very quickly. (We already knew that!)
Then Jane got back to something a little more complicated. She is experimenting with one fabric quilts - the original fabric is in the border - a gorgeous Laurel Burch print.
Yes, this is sheep fabric. Jane wanted to see what she could come with, using one-fabric techniques. Who else would have thought of using this idiosyncratic print?
And who would ever have guessed that it would yield this diverse and richly patterned top? It really is a "one-block wonder".
(There was a black and white beauty too, but the batteries died ... another time.)
Now for some sanity ... Louise has blended blues and greens against crisp white for this mint-fresh Hugs and Kisses design, for a lucky 21 yr old.
We couldn't all go to Paducah, so Paducah came to us on Dina's laptop!
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