Jelly Roll 1600 technique. The flowers are fused, then blanket stitched. I'm thinking it's going to be a donation quilt for Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation center.
Here is my list
-Cynthia England Landscape
-Gloria Loughman Landsape
-grey and taupe quilt
-black, white and lime green disappearing 9 patch
-queen size potato chip quilt
-Moody Blues drunkards path
-queen size quilt for moi (using Chocolat by Moda)
-Vicki Pignatelli project
-silent auction small wall quilt for our guild's challenge to raise money for the Humane Society of Winnipeg
There are at least 5 or 6 more that are in various stages of completion. I'm not counting the bundles of fabrics that have been designated for future projects. I think if I could complete even half of the above list, I would be quite impressed with myself.
Can't wait to see everyone's accomplishments every month!
Absolutely stunningly gorgeous!! :)
just adorable Corina.....and oh so funny!!!! LOL
what a great idea!
and yes.....you're in!!!! hehehe
sew many hugs
wendy :O) xo
Hmmmm! I may have to use this inspiration on my quilt. I did mine in Christmas fabrics and I just happened to get the GO! Snowflake die last week. It could work! Thank you so much for posting. Congrats on a great finish and donation to a great charity.
Great finish, love the flowers you appliqued on the quilt.
Fun quilt! I like the zipper backing too.
Some intersting sounding projects on your list - cant wait to see them all. Love the contrast of the black & white with bright colours.
I love the sprinkle of flowers on that black andwhite...just makes it for me
LOVE your quilt~ especially the 'rad' flowers! They remind me of "Peace", VW's and my daughter!
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