Wednesday, May 2, 2012
More Class Samples...
Leah Day's website. The hardest part of quilting this piece is stopping...I am thoroughly enjoying quilting this beautiful background. I'm still trying to figure out how I'm going to do the flower border but will share that when it happens. Fabric of Vision. I always support her economy at every retreat and LOVE this silk. I am using my smaller scraps, piecing them together, and creating these wonderful pieces. I have another one in the works that I will share later. My next project is getting ready for my Free Motion Quilt Challenge that will be featured on Sew Cal Gal's blogspot next month. I will be teaching "The Basic Three" designs and showing you how to use these to create almost any design. I'll also be showing you how to start/stop your quilting lines, get your "humm purr" and have lots of downloadable handouts to boot. If you're not familiar with this Challenge be sure to check it out...it's full of great information from some amazing teachers. Hugs, Cindy :)
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Oh my.....sigh. The silk is beautiful. Yummy. But then everything you do is yummy.
I find myself clicking on all the links, so I won't miss any information you are sharing with us. The S shaped feather is stunning and the so well complimented with the small squares.
Every picture is stunning! I absolutely love your work! Thanks for sharing it with us! And I can't wait to see how you quilt the flower section of that beautiful piece.
I've been doing the Free Motion Quilting Challenge and I can't wait until your tutorial! I'm sure I'll learn so much!
Precioso. ¿Qué telas utilizas?¿algún tipo de estabilizador para la tela? Estoy participando en el FMQ Challenge 2012 y después de haber mirao una y otra vez el tutorial estoy preparada para ponerme a practicar. Pronto verás mis resultados. Felicidades por tu hermoso trabajo.
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