As I have been tidying up my studio and stash/craft room, I have found projects I have not completed, so I thought I may be able to get some more machine practice in and complete some.
The first is a Jinny Beyer quilt from about 2 years ago.
Trying to work out a design.
Preparing the quilt.
Trying to work out if the designs are suitable.
Looking at the quilt, I think maybe it would be better to quilt round the squares like a Diane-shiko design, as I may be going over too much of the actual quilt seams...then again maybe the squares are too big for that.
I can also see in one of the square designs I did that I have the pattern incorrectly drawn, as the feathers were meant to go in one direction and I have got them facing each other.
At this stage I am unsure how I will put the patterns on the quilt and may need to do this with the pounce pad.....decisions. In the mean time I will keep pinning
Feel free to comment on what you think of the designs - or not.
Andrea is home from school with another migraine and sleeping at present.
She made it for 3 hours of school.
This photo of her machine quilting yeaterday with a bit more light to see our view....
and the cover on our frog pond
Thanks for 'listening' to my thoughts