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Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Another design.

This one has my Lady-bugs in.
I also think this one is a bit too busy!

Am having trouble getting them enlarged...so may do some more on a larger scale....in between rests still!

I still have some more photos of our trip...kangaroos too :) 
will get them up soon.


Sharon said...

This one is beautiful as well. Yes, it's a bit busy or crowded. If the feathers didn't edge out the circles in the border, if they "floated" a bit, that might give this design a bit of breathing room. These are amazing, I'm enjoying your work

Ivory Spring said...

Joan, this is AWESOME!!!!!! You are amazing.

Mitt lille rosa syrom said...

I think it is gorgeous! You are one talented lady, thank you for sharing.

Wendy said...

Lovely! This would work on a large scale piece. I've started making some, too. I'll post my first one soon!

Unknown said...

I think it is just beautiful!!

Joanne said...


Crispy said...

You are seeing busy, I'm seeing what a stunning whole cloth this would make!!


Sandy said...

Lovely Joan, and so good to hear from you! I hope you are more comfortable now....thinking of you, Sandy
The last pictures were terrfic, and of course kangaroos and maybe the chicks in the future posts will be welcomed...any more eggs?

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

Your designs are simply stunning. I can't wait to see them stitched!

Deanna said...

Maybe you should rest some more--amazing things happen when you do.

Seriously, take care of yourself and we'll keep enjoying the fruits of your labors.

Rebecca said...

I love this one Joan, would love to see this one quilted. You could take this to a printed to have it printed up to a larger scale. I need to get back to my designs & get them quilted. Thanks for sharing.

Rebecca said...

I see the Lady Bugs, how clever.

Featheronawire Sally Bramald said...

Lovely design on both this one and the previous post. I stick two pieces of freezer paper together by iron about a 3/4" overlap. That will give me a about a 28" square. I draw the square, mark the diagonal, design in pencil go over it in black pen. Fold on the diagonal. The freezer paper is thin enough to trace through. This gives you a ¼ of your design, enough to see if it's sucessful or not. You can add another square to make a half pattern. That is normally more than enought to transfer it to fabric.
Hope that makes sense,

Quilt Rat said...

These designs are wonderful! Go to this web site
and you can create "poster size"images to print on your computer
enlarge any size you want

Anonymous said...

Lovely!! You are a natural at this! I have this video and I like it, too.