Between finishing one section of house trim painting and a party welcoming home my daughter and her husband, I have been able to squeak out two afternoons of practicing my custom quilting technique. Here’s what it looks like:
My feathers are rather bold and wanton. I rather like the hydrangea look in my circles.
I have no clue on how to do ruler work. As you can see, my ruler slips and my stitching is inconsistent. I will put that on my list of classes to take next April at the MQX in Manchester, NH if I don’t figure it out before then. What I did find, on the edge to edge part particularly, is I have more of an immediate sense of where I am going and how I am going to get there. As in life, a good thing to master. So, except for tomorrow when I hope to sew and unless we are due for a rainy week, I’ll be outside finishing my house painting chores. When the chores are finished, I will be able to finally spend ample time quilting and sewing and blogging about quilting and sewing. Ta!