Here's what I did in class - it's a start and a great intro to her technique. This project is featured in one of her books that I already had - Quilting: Line and Color. (Yikes I just noticed the price of this book!!! Glad I bought mine years ago...) She has used this technique in quilting as in the two photos above and also purses. See below for an example. I think you can see where this panel at the side is headed. A lining? some straps? Voila!
SherriLynn Wood of Daintytime.net using the little Runaround for her button collection. I made this from leftovers of my Improv piece class at Camp Stitchalot with her.
One afternoon I literally ran into Mary P, the first president of the Chicago Modern Quilt Guild, who now lives in Austin and has a second little girl.
|Working on the Sashiko piece started in Maura's class. The best part? Learning how to make and use a template for the Baptist Fan quilting design.|
|My new Yoshiko panel joining an existing one on my design wall.|