Friday's post, I reviewed the novel Scribbling Women by Marthe Jocelyn as well as unveiled the quilt that it has inspired. At that point, the appliques were not stitched down, they were merely sitting on the quilt top. NOw I have stitched the cup and saucer and all those yummy looking chocolates.
Grandma Coco's Designs is the first to send me a contribution to the quilt. I have added a simple fabric boarder at this point. I plan to use some glittery embroidery thread to add some sparkle to the snow flakes.
I am curious to see what other conversations will spring up around this quilt frame.
Gayle Bong Quilts To.... I'm looking forward to putting this up on the design wall and deciding whether to go with all the stars the same or to mix the two style together.
Susan's Texas Quilting Adventures. My friend Elly at Mad4Patchwork had suggested I go and visit Susan's blog and enter her contest. Having not visited there previously, I thought it might be interesting. What a surprise to win. It is comprised of 30 fq's from Kaffe Fassett's Paisly Collection from Westminster Fabrics. I haven't the slightest idea what I will use them for, but it will certainly be fun imagining.
Time to check in with the other Needlework Tuesday participants.
Marie at Daisy's Book Journal has been working at a cross stitch pattern that uses a technique called Cross-Crochet, which she described last week.
Rikki at Rikki's Teleidoscope completed her balcony curtains and continues to work on her blue shawl.
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