My daughter emailed me pictures of a quilt I gave her about 15 years ago. I didn't have any digital photos of it. The background fabric was dyed by Laura Wasilowski and the applique fabric was dyed by Melody Johnson. It is hard to capture the true look of the dyed fabric so the pictures are a little brighter than the actual wallhanging.
I free hand cut stylized heart shapes and started playing with the fabric in a hoop, the feed dogs dropped, and black thread on the machine. I started making flowers first and then the butterfly.
The narrow border is fabric by Mickey Lawler/Skydyes.
After I decided I needed 9 blocks I made the 2 leaves. This is one of my favorite quilts that I have ever made. It was one of those playtime, in a zone, losing track of time days.
The gas company guys came and dug a big hole to get down to the shut off at the edge of my property.
This picture below is when he hit the paver blocks that surround my little flowerbed with his trench digger, Ooops! Well what did they expect when they come with snow covering up everything, LOL. If I had known they were going to do that I could have warned him.
While they were working I took some good pictures of a lot of my small wallhangings. The sun was shining so the light coming in my east picture window was perfect lighting for photos. I created a couple more "pages" listed at the top of the sidebar on the right side of my blog.
I started over with the triangles on my double wall, now back in place after they got the gas meter out. I did some more cutting but I have a long way to go.