Thanks for your comments on the benefit quilt. It was quite successful. The LaConner quilt museum is a wonderful place with ongoing displays of various quilters. It is a very nice place to stop in if you are ever in the pacific northwest. It was a labor of love put together by quite a few people. The store owner in Sedro Woolley who donated all the fabrics & supplies sadly passed away this year. His wonderful wife has taken over the store and it is thriving! By the way, I love your columbine quilt. It is blooming along the highways & trails here now. It looks like you live in a beautiful area of our country as well.
Thanks for commenting on my arched window! I missed "catching" all three layers in about an inch area, so I can see the batting in a small area on the back. Plus I'm not real pleased with the corners. I plan to just get it finished and move on. I know quilting isn't an exact science & perfection is a "myth". Georgia
Dejah,, thanks for your comments on my Mariner's Compass. It is not my design, and I believe it can still be purchased. The designer is Sara L Madson and if you google her name, I believe an email address will come up. A friend in Canada did this, and was able to purchase the pattern.
I am sorry i did not post back to you about you asking about "Triangle on a roll" here is the website to learn more about them http://www.trianglesonaroll.com you can order from this site also and there is a book on it also. Hope this helped
Dejah, thank you for the complement on my Spring Time at the Log Cabin quilt. Log cabins are quite versatile. I like your renditions using the embroidery in Queen Vae, and the patchwork leaves in the Chevron one you have pictured. I have not yet used anything other than a plain center in mine.
Hi Dejah just found your comment on my quilt (Sorry) I'm so late in responding. I was going through my email looking for something and came across yours. That little quilt you commented on was just a panel I found at some quilt shop, so it was super easy and it was my first time free motion quilting and that was so much fun. It really was a great way to begin FMQ and I would recommend that to beginners that want to get their feet wet. Buy a panel and go for it, I was happy with the results and learned a few things, plus it was not big and perfect for learning. Ok so now let me say your projects are"outstanding" what beautiful work you do and all those cute little bags and postcards. Very nice work Dejah very nice. It has been soooo hot where I live that I just don't feel much like quilting when it gets this bad, hopefully it will get better soon. They did say that tomorrow could reach 108 and I'm staying indoors if that's the case. Take care and keep up the great work, beautiful quilts!! Rosalie
Thanks. I really love your work. I just got a 4D embroidery program and am so anxious to use it. My Desigher 1 came with 3D and I just love to use it. I want to do more embroidery work.
I just love the log cabin quilt pic #44. Wow! I would love to see the pattern for that one. Did you design it yourself or use a pattern? Jeanne
The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
Hello Dejah, thank you for commenting on my Wholecloth quilt, it is hand quilted, haven't tried machine quilting yet. I really like your totes. Am trying to find a pattern for a shoulder bag to do in patchwork. Take care Genevieve
Thanks Dejah for commenting on my quilt called True Blue. It was a kit I bought called True Blue from Miss Rosie's Quilt Company. It definately was one of the most complicated ones I have done. :)
Dejah, I've been doing a little 'housekeeping' here and seem to have missed sending you a reply when you asked about my thread painting and what sizes. That was way back in January. Sorry to take so long to get back to you. I see you had a birthday yesterday, that is my sisters birthday too. I hope you had great day. Most of my thread paintings are 8"x10" or 20"x30". I don't go any bigger. I get bored easily and 'itch' to get on to some thing new. I love all the beautiful work you have put in to your totes and quilts. You really have great construction skills and patience.
Thank you everyone for the wonderful birthday wishes! It was a great day! Made a "Get Well Soon" fabric postcard for a friend and whiled away the rest of the day! Thank you again and hoping everyone is having a great weekend!