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It just happened so fast. Little buggar. I won’t go in the attic anymore. Lol
A last of things that something can be put into:
mircowave bowl pot holder
kleenex box cover
hat..like the chemo caps
tooth fairy pillow
quilt with the pocket for your feet on the backside
advent calendars with pockets
Hope this gives you food for thought
Your list is magnificent.
Anyone who cannot find a project from that list is just being cantankerous.
(I'm a former fifth grade teacher so I know cantankerous when I see it.)
Okay, I ordered the "Fire" version of the Dream Big panel and it arrived at my home this afternoon. I ironed it nice and flat and pinned it to my design wall. (This after an annoying morning working on my new "Single Slice Mokume" polymer clay class but I am not allowed to share anything about that until the class is completed in November.)
Anyhow, I sat back in my sewing machine chair and admired those gorgeous shades of orange, the clever shading of the petals and I mused to myself ... "How in the heck do people stitch this thing?". Checked out Pinterest and I find that since this panel was printed in 2017 many quilters have gone berserk with this panel. I was slack-jawed at the awesome examples of quilting I saw that had been done with this panel. What show-offs there are lurking out there in the world of machine quilters!!
I turned my head to look at my pretty panel pinned on my wall and I thought "You poor thing, you are doomed to be the wall flower at the party". Plus I saw this diagram that explained there were 62 segments to be quilted. I just grinned and shook my head "No, thanks."
since this panel was printed in 2017 many quilters have gone berserk with this panel. I was slack-jawed at the awesome examples of quilting I saw that had been done with this panel.
Yup. I've been collecting *some* of those examples as inspiration. You can see why I've been procrastinating for such a long time. How on earth do you DECIDE what to quilt where? So, when the class for this panel came up at PIQF, I jumped on it.
I think a class would leave me paralyzed with fright.
If and when I ever do something I will create a dazzling border to frame the piece and then do simple outlining around the 60+ petals.
there really are some doozies out there!!!
There's a woman on Etsy who will sell you a quilted panel for $330. One customer grumbled because seller labels it as a wallhanging but there is no sleeve or any loops on the back to use for hanging purposes.
Looks like a fine example of computer-driven quilting, what I call "quilted to death" kind of work.