After a very successful day on Saturday, I've either not had a lot of time, or have just not been able to get it the grove to quilt, so I don;t have a lot to show for it. My practise piece is slowly progressing, but I've decided that it is best suited for continuous curve quilting, so it's kind of dull going at this point. I will try out a few fills once I get the main stars all donem so that should create some more interest. Here's some shots of my progress to date.
Day 3 - tried some straight line fills and some curved cross hatching
Day 4 - variations on continuous curves
Day 5 - Was so not getting in the groove - so just played
Day 6 - felt better, but no time - a little more continuous curves
Day 2 was covered off in this post, and was my most successful day so far!
I did get my Kitchen Goodies swap sent and it has been received, here's what I put together for Paula - a set of potholders with matching tea towels.
and here's what I got from Anna - I really cute chicken tea cozy, some potholders, reuseable saran wrap and tea - I was spoiled!
Isn't this tea cozy cute?
Sonja Callaghan aka artisania - just what are the chances of that? You should pop over and visit Sonja - she designs some really cool paper piecing patterns, and has recently started to appear in several different publications! Way to go Sonja!