Very cool. I can't wait to see it all done.
Thank you Michelle. I am very excited at how it's turning out and all the creative doors that this has opened for me.
Just beautiful! Have missed lots of your posts even tho I thought I had subscribed, so remedied that this morning. When you quilt a block in this fashion, do you quilt in the ditch first to stabilize, or is that not necessary? Keep having to re-learn things as summer and yard interfere with my quilting. sigh...have enjoyed catching up on your growing business and lovely quilting projects!
Thank you dear! The business is slowly growing and for that I feel blessed. :)SITD - because I had to roll the quilt back and forth with all the thread color changes, SITD was a must. But I think I have decided that I just like the way it looks. It seems to jut give the block a more finished look or maybe boundaries. In most of the "sections" I also did an outline stitch about a 1/4" from the STID. That seem to make the designs standout a little more by having that break in stitching.I hope to get the binding on this week and post the finished quilt.I totally understand about life getting in the way of our quilting. :). I just don't understand sometimes why dinner is more important.
Me either! what's the matter with a bowl of cold cereal? ;-)Thanks for your explanation, that makes sense. Plus I think the back would look more...detailed? for lack of a better word.Love the dresden plate quilt plus applique you did using the accuquilt dies...gorgeous!