Blue and gray
I didn't realize it until I uploaded these photos but everything I worked on this weekend was blue and gray!
The biggest accomplishment of the weekend was getting these two quilt tops put together while I was sewing with Country School Quilters on Friday and Saturday. Before I went I laid out the strips for the border on my design wall. I had them organized and ready to sew on Friday. I got all the strippy borders together Friday and Sewed the three borders to the panels Saturday. I made two of these quilts a couple of years ago and I'm glad I found more of the panel to make 2 more. I like this one a lot.
I probably won't quilt these until May.
Back at home I got the backing sewing together for the wedding quilt and got it loaded on the longarm. This photo was taken before I finished basting. As of this morning I've started quilting and want to get this one wrapped up this week.
Aside from my normal dyeing schedule, I don't have a lot of external commitments this week so maybe I can get al lot of thigs done!
4/11/2022 06:40:17 pm
Oh, the colors and blending are just wonderful. The hand dyes are just such an integral part of the design.
4/12/2022 07:11:24 am
I love the colors! How long ago did you find that panel‽ it's perfect for a charity fund-raising quilt I want to make! Thanks for being so free in sharing your inspiration!
4/12/2022 07:14:32 am
I love your eagle panel tops. The landscape piecing on the sides really help that eagle to soar. It is a wonderful effect.
4/12/2022 07:52:03 am
Beautiful tops. i am not a huge fan of panels, but with the way you finished them they look great! Antelope Canyon is so pretty!
4/12/2022 10:02:14 am
EYE. Candy! Stunning.
4/12/2022 11:13:43 am
Your blue & gray panel quilts are gorgeous. Gives me an idea for panels I have to turn them into donation quilts quickly. And the newlyweds are going to love their quilt - fantastic.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.