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Thank you for the suggestions. I will give it a try. Hopefully I will be able to post some pictures.
Have a good day.
Thanks! I understand about having a healthy stack of finished quilts. The bigger ones (nap size) I take up to the Cancer Center for their chemo patients. I really need to get my act together and get a load up there. The smaller kid ones, I plan on getting to another town that has a orphanage and children's center that has a big craft fair to sell things as a fund raiser. It is in June, so I need to get my act together and deliver some. No sense all these charity quilts sitting around here.
I am not as good with technology as some of you and I hope this comes through. If so it is a picture of one finished quilt for Project Linus this week.
If it works I will amaze myself.
Thank you Viola for your help.
You "done good", NanaSuz, because I can see a quilt full of cheery rainbows. Some little kid will enjoy hugging that quilt.
Thank you, Judy. I thought it might be too busy, but I'm happy with the results.
I'm happy to hear from you.
It did work.Glad I could help you. And you quilt is pretty. Love the color's.
I'm glad yo were able to post your picture. What a darling little quilt that will be sure to make some little one happy. It is nice to have you back and posting again.
Lynne, thank you for the welcome back. I actually surprised myself that I was able to post the picture. So many new things to learn.
I am looking forward to reading through the older posts here. I have a lot of catching up to do.
Decided to work up one more color wheel idea but this time it is going to be a small pillow, not a wall hanging. (After about seven or eight color wheel wall hangings I really don't need any more of those.) Anyhow, I found a fusible idea called "Cathedral" on Etsy by a woman called Alison Glass and I modified it a little bit (left off some of her pieces because I used a very cluttered background fabric).
Then the challenge was to hunt around the house for a 16" circle to trace so I could cut out a circle for my 16" round pillow covering. Aha! One of my sun hats will work perfectly!! (Yeah, yeah, a pin in my cutting table and an 8" string tied on a pencil would work but it is more fun to look for a "thing". Besides this faded redhead has plenty of sun hats to protect my tender skin. )
So here's my work for today ... quilt the dickens out of the color wheel and then make it into a cover for the lurking pillow in the back of the photo.