Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Quilt Think

I'm thinking about how to quilt these:
The first is a modern setting of some 1930's fabrics.  Top pieced by Judy. 
The second is one I started from my hand dyes a few weeks ago.  I now have the asymmetrical borders attached and need to decide where and how to quilt this.

Of course I'm still working on Brent's quilt and spending much of my day travelling for therapies.  If I'm lucky, I'll get an hour or so to quilt this afternoon.

I'm linking to:
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced and
Esther’s Blog

Fresh Poppy Design
and since I'm late linking up, I've already seen some great quilts that others have posted.  I hope you get to visit some of those blogs and leave comments too.

And a heads up that this Friday is the Friday Night Sew-In for July.  (Link in my right sidebar--you can sign up now and then revise your blog link after you post about your Friday Night accomplishments--sewing, but does not have to be quiltmaking.)

Happy Quiltmaking.......


Pokey said...

Keep up the inspiring quilting Dora, whatever you choose!

Susan said...

I'll be interested to hear about what you decide for the second quilt. I have a similar problem quilt that I haven't been able to decide how to quilt's been sitting unfinished for the longest time!

The Slow Quilter said...

Since I cannot really quilt more then stitch in the dich or lines, I send my quilts out if I want something more decorative. Good luck in firguring out how you will quilt them. All over designes of pretty.

Bunny said...

Love your hand dyed creation, great design. Thanks for stopping at my blog a leaving a sweet comment.

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

I also love your hand dyed quilt. Very clever!

Connie said...

Beautiful quilts, especially your hand dyed one! I know you will come up with some awesome way of quilting them...........can't wait!

Hillbilly Tonya said...

We look forward to seeing how you dye them. SOrry about the long therapy drives. Sure takes a lot of time up doesn't it?

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