I have now moved to the larger design wall. This is my first go at arranging the various components. I need at least seven more blocks to fill in the spaces. A few contacts have indicated that they are interested in participating. Now I have a photo to send them and gently nudge them along. I'm real happy with the range of colours and visual textures. I have yet to add embellishments beyond embroidery; can't wait to start adding some bead work. You won't be able to zoom in an read the pieces, they are a bit fuzzy. I'll do better photos later and increase the number of pixels.
I looked at some images of the rabbit fence in Australia and definitely want to include that on the quilt. I don't want to straight print off a photo. Too flat. I am thinking of fabric with rabbits on it and then either machine stitch or embroider the fence. It appears to be much like a heavy duty chicken wire with wooden support posts.
For a break this week I started working on a simple scarf, well, not much of a scarf, more a fascinator. Remember those funky hats from Royal Wedding week. Now imagine a fun, flirty little scarf sitting loosely around the neck. They are as much for fun and colour as anything. It needs a bit more work before I can show it to you. Next week for sure.
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Sherrie at Just Books has made wonderful progess on her doily. For those who haven't attempted making one of these, they are a labour of love, but so worth it in the end.