|Hand quilting progress on my Bright Modern Sampler Quilt.|
|Practice arranging units from my parts department, not ready for a commitment.|
|More orange units, I know there's yellow too, close enough for me.|
|Green string units were fun to piece, I used MSQC's tube method, as in their 'Walk in the Park' Quilt tutorial.|
Hello from Rancho Palos Verdes!
Where we have sun after a few days of wind and showers.
And I'm making progress increasing my 'parts department.'
Gwen Marston, mother of liberated quilting, advocated keeping a parts department, which is a collection of units or pieced blocks to use in sampler type quilts or any style you choose, of course.
You can keep a collection of units by color or style (string blocks or baskets etc.).
I've added a few orange units, four more hour glass blocks and tested out orange and yellow flying geese and I like them so there will be more.
Most of my time this week was spent adding to my green units. String blocks were on the list, improv or not? I decided to use MSQC's tube method as in their 'Walk in the Park' tutorial. I wanted a graphic, clean edge look. As you can see, not all the strings are 2.5" wide, I couldn't help shaking it up a little.
More hand quilting has been accomplished on my Bright Modern Quilt, whew!
That quilt friends is the news from the rancho,
where progress is being made and I'm remembering to be thankful!
I'm also very thankful for all you, my quilt friends, for tons of encouragement and inspiration along the creative journey.
I'll be by to visit.