Over the last two weeks I made two Mosaic Blocks. They were the same block but I made them differently. Today I want to take a closer look at them and see what makes them different.
Last Sunday I used Jennifer Houlden's photo of a paper towel to create a quilting design.
Recently I have been working on a new pattern. The pattern is patchwork with a small amount of applique and celtic work, although the quilt would look really nice without the applique and celitic too.
Calla Lilies are very unique in their shape and are quite different to many flowers I have seen. This is one of the reasons I am very fond of them. I made a full quilt of Calla Lilies a few years ago called "Light Upon the Earth" and wrote a blog post about their creation too.
Today I want to show you how to make a quilting design from a single motif or applique designs as you see in my art quilt Summer Reflections.
As I was out walking I was looking for quilting inspiration again. It is quite amazing where you can find designs. This design was on a archway in a park.
Last week I made a mosaic block. I created the block by forming horizontal rows as shown by the dotted lines below.
This morning I was reading Jennifer Houlden's daily blog post (yes she does the daily challenge too). She had stumbled upon a paper towel, but it wasn't just a paper towel, it had a rather interesting design on it. Check out her blog post.
Today I made an online survey as I'm looking for new ideas on how to structure the Academy of Quilting. Please help me by answering a few simple questions when you click on the following link.