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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Cutting.............

After a day of working on many things, I started cutting for the new project.  I took 2 photos and couldn't decide which one to post so here is the other one too.

13 comments:

Christine said...

looking at your fabrics first thing in the morning... ach, makes my eyes leak.

LynCC said...

Such pretty batiks! As always, I love your projects.

hetty said...

Nice start. Super fabrics. Can't wait to see what develops!

CharlotteP said...

You can't beat batiks...that green fabric is stunning!

Bobbie said...

Wanda, do you buy yardage, or fat quarters? Seems like you have so many different fabrics...how do you afford it?

Stray Stitches said...

Great color combos. Can't wait to see what you will be creating!

karenfae said...

wonderful batiks!! I see you use the thick acrylic templates I use that kind too when I use templates that is :)
Have a nice day.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Needled Mom said...

I see circles. That is going to be great!

Anonymous said...

It has been a few days since I last commented ... and I love your grosbeaks. The MT. variety are not as pretty and they take over the feeder when they arrive in the spring.

Sunday, to see another wonderful quilt finished, and I am one that likes to see the wavy quilting.

I always enjoy your photo's... fabrics are always extraordinary and your birds and bunnies at your feeder are fun to see.

J~MT

Pat said...

Don't you just love the colors in batiks? I am working on a Dresden Plate in batiks. I like the curved pieces that you are going to use on this next quilt. Who makes that pattern? I am glad I put my Oriole feeder up as I have had them in the feeder the next day. Now to get the picture. They fly away every time I pick up the camera.

Terri said...

I see a Drunkard's Path or one of the many different arrangements of it coming up. It's my favorite pattern. And I see you use a baking tray as a project box. I get the cardboard box tops from Costco for free. Keeps the project together, and makes it easy to clean up quickly if needs be. Also makes a repository for the UFO and its accompanying pattern and fabrics. I have a startling stack of those UFOs...I better get a move on.

Vicky F said...

Hi Wanda,
I'm curious now to see how those circles will come together. I'm sure it will be gorgeous no matter what.
At first I thought your top photo was a slice of pizza on the baking tin!
Vicky F

Jean said...

I love starting a new project! This one looks interesting!