More Free Motion Quilt Along Preparations

>> Tuesday, August 24, 2010




Here is the cover of my Free Motion Quilting Journal. I cut out photos of quilted quilts from old Keepsake Quilting catalogues.

Then I went into the cupbaord and started pulling out projects to practice on. I don't honestly know how long ago I made this. I know I tried aging it by putting it in tea long ago. I have batting and backing with it - the stripes you can see is the backing fabric.

Then there's my 4 paisley placemats that need batting and backing.


I got too busy and distracted with other projects to finish these, but it's almost time to put my bright orange summer ones away.



I have a piece of Shangri-La by 3 Sisters that I'm using as a curtain which I'd planned to use for matching backings. Now I'm not so sure.


You can find my placemat pattern by clicking on the Patterns tab
{in case you need to make some too!}



My last practice piece is a table runner I put together with some of my leftover fabric from the placemats. I think it will go nicely with them on my giant table. This one needs backing and batting too.

I guess I'm doing some stash digging and busting this week - and a trip to the Local Quilt Store for some batting.

Are you joining in the free motion fun? Click on the button for the Quilt Along in my sidebar to find out more. Tools you need and instructions for piecing a small practice quilt are posted. The fun begins next weekend!

With Joy,
Sarah Vee

p.s. I almost forgot to post about Pat's giveaway! Pat at Silver Thimble is sharing her joy in becoming published by Martingale. Yay, Pat!

1 comments:

Nanette Merrill and daughters August 24, 2010 at 6:47 PM  

Look at you with the free motion quilting fun. Good for you.

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