I remember, not so very long ago, when I thought I would NEVER be able to do freehand CC. I am finally getting so much better at it. Not perfect, but it’s so much better. I say this, not to be bragging, but as an encouragement to newbies to keep PPP-ing. It will get better!:-)
BTW, if you are new at this blogging stuff, if you click on the small pics, or the preview box that pops up, you will be able to see the bigger picture, and can even zoom in.
Next, I want to play along with Gayle’s quilting meme.
Here are the rules:
Bold for things you’ve done
italic for things you want to do, and leave the rest normal.
curved piecing by hand
curved piecing by machine
hand applique with fusible / blanket stitch
reverse applique [ hand or machine ]
english paper piecing by hand
strip or string piecing
kaleidoscope or mandala [ not stack and whack]
quilted commercially with a longarm machine
3D folded flowers
made a quilt on commission
sold a quilt other than a commission piece
taught quilting at any level
stack and whack
stack and slash
embellished with embroidery, beads, etc
celtic applique / bias work
Amish style quilt
stained glass quilt [ any method ]
had an original design published
written a quilt book
1930s or feedsack fabric
1880s reproduction fabric
item for an animal
hand dyed fabric
full sized bed quilt
bag or purse
patchwork or quilted clothing
christmas themed [ quilt, wallhanging, stocking, etc ]
participated in a group challenge
exhibited a quilt overseas
made a prize winning quilt
If you want to play along, copy this list to your blog and then follow the rules. (Here is a tip: copy and paste it into a Word document for easier formatting. If you highlight the list in Word, then click Edit, then Clear formatting, it will speed up the process.) Have fun!
Of course, I did not follow the instructions. I simply copied and pasted from Gayle’s blog to mine, and went down the list. So if it looks a little messed up, you might want to copy from Gayle’s blog.
Hope you have a great weekend!