Thursday, April 29, 2010
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Just returned from MQX in Rhode Island where I traveled to take classes, ( hopefully to enhance my quilting techniques), and also to see the many quilts that were entered in competition. Wow, I was truly humbled! There are so many very talented quilters out there with works of art that are magnificent. The teachers there were incredible and the classes were excellent.
But all that aside now and I am back to work on my own projects (i.e. Michael's Frogs).
Friday, April 9, 2010
Monday, April 5, 2010
faces for Michael's Quilt.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Nearing completion, this quilt has indeed given me a few challenges. A pieced backing was necessary because the quilt exceeded my original design size. It does, however, give the option of being used as a reversible quilt.
So, at present, Jayden's Jungle is on my long arm table and in the process of being quilted. Yea!! Thanks Jeanne and Debbie for your help along the way. Every project is a lesson in patience and creativity.
Posted by Tina Collier at 8:10 AM