Stars at Sea
I'm pretty focused these days on quilting Spirograph motifs and blanket stitch applique. But this weekend was the monthly sewing retreat with my quilt club. I was only able to go on Friday but made some great progress on Stars at Sea for just one day. It's hard to tell on the white design wall, but this is 2 sections.
You can see from the diagram that I've done the center and Section 1.
Doing all of the cutting and organizing ahead of time made it fun to just sit and start sewing.
This week should be more Spirograph and blanket stitch applique plus a couple of little projects. But first a detour to the eye doctor. I got a GIANT floater in my left eye last night. Fortunately I was able to talk to my doctor and he talked me off the ceiling but he still wants to check it out today. Seems like it's just going to be an annoyance for a few months. I'll take that over other alternatives!
3/12/2018 09:57:37 am
Floaters are really annoying. i've had them several times. right now i am dealing with dry eyes......and a cold or respiratory infection....or something. it always seems to be something. haha
3/12/2018 10:24:30 am
I like what you got done!! Hope the eye thing goes away quickly!!
3/13/2018 09:38:41 am
The saturated colors look great against the white. Hope the floater turns out to be just a short term annoyance.
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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.