Saturday sewing

Last time we saw this quilt it looked something like this…

DSC00140Minimal quilting officially meant one of last year’s Quilter and Child quilts was done but it was still in my “needs quilting” pile.

Today I am pleased to say its status has changed. I sat at the machine for a few hours this morning and now, with an off center spiral surrounded by straight lines, it is definitely finished.

DSC04920I washed it to give it that nice crinkly look. May be it will go in John and Joanne’s new orange room?

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Now it’s back to English Paper Piecing and my hexagons…

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These ones are 3/4″ in Japanese fabrics. I’m hand stitching them onto a linen background  for a bit of Modern Traditionalism. My design is very asymmetrical and there will be lots of negative space.  Not a project to be rushed…

5 Comments

  1. Barb B said:

    I am loving the quilting! nicely done!!

    August 3, 2013
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  2. Liz said:

    I love the simple design and the yummy colors! Great quilting choice too!

    August 6, 2013
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  3. Kathy K said:

    Thank you again for coming to speak at our quilt guild this evening, Sarah’s Grove in Schaumburg, IL. I was enthralled with your talk, it was so interesting, your comments made it fun, I could almost see you making some of these quilts, I absolutely loved it!!!! I so want to take your classes, you must be a wonderful teacher as well as being a terrific speaker. Thank you again, I thoroughly enjoyed my meeting tonight, lovely work, you’re a genius.

    August 6, 2013
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    • catherineredford said:

      Thank you Kathy. I did enjoy my visit. Hope to see you again soon!

      August 6, 2013
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  4. Tomi said:

    Great trunk show & lecture at SGQC last night – thanks so much for sharing your beautiful quilts and quirky stories! I give it 3 sunflowers.

    August 7, 2013
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