Although I feel like I spent a bit of time quilting this week, I am at that stage where there isn't much to show...yet.
I started quilting my Craftsy BOM quilt and have worked on 10 of the 20 blocks. Since this is a sampler quilt, each block is quilted differently. For the most part, I am straight line quilting using echo quilting 1/4" from the edge. Here are a few of the blocks.
Sorry for the poor lighting but the weather hasn't been cooperating for good photos
Due to some time issues, I am putting the rest of the quilting on hold for a short while. Even though I have known about this deadline, it is quickly approaching. So on Thursday night, with graph paper and pencil in hand, I started designing a baby quilt.
Yesterday I made 10 of the paper pieced blocks...14 more to go. I'm loving this block and can't wait to put it together. Aren't they just too cute?
On Friday night I attended a lecture and trunk show by Karen Combs at my LQS. Karen is known for her quilts of illusions as well as being an author, pattern and fabric designer. Here are some of her illusion quilts using her fabrics. The illusions of 3D are created by the color values used.
I apologize for the poor quality pictures.
Each quilt took on a different look when you turned it 90° or more. Here is an example of a 180° turn.
This was one of my favorites. I love how this cube is floating.
Until next time...