Monday, December 31, 2012

Layering......

Yesterday I used up the end of a package of fusible batting on my 12 mug rugs.  First of course I had to find 12 backings.  I had small pieces of several different prints so there is a big variety.  I'll show them after I get them quilted.  I worked on gathering all of the photos I will need for a 'finished quilts' collage so hopefully I will have that created for tomorrow's post.  There are 35 quilts counting the 4 Quilts of Valor quilts.  I may leave them out of the collage so it won't be so crowded or I may break it into 2 collages, one of wallhangings and the other of regular quilts.
 
Once again I am going to try to help all of you noreply bloggers who ask me questions and then I have no way to get back to you.  When you create a Blogger account you have a lot of choices.  One is to make your account private.  I can't respond to you if that is your choice.  Another choice is whether to enable an email address.  I have never had trouble with having my email address enabled (5 years).  It sounded scary in the beginning but I learned quickly that I'm a 'no reply' if my email is not enabled.  You need to get into Edit profile to enable it and scroll down and SAVE when you are done. 
I have had a couple people tell me my email link on the right side bar doesn't work.  I had my email set to have a signature and that might have been confusing when the email box came up.  I have removed the signature and now hope it will look like a box you can leave me a message in.

12 comments:

Gene Black said...

When I click on your "my email" - it opens a new message in my email program. (but it works! I could email you.)

I never thought of using fusible fleece for mug rugs. Good idea.

Quiltdivajulie said...

Oh, indeed -- this is a grand time of year for making lists (done, pending (with detail), next year, and someday ...)

My goal is to stop thinking only in terms of "quilts" and allowing more playtime for wallhangings, runners, placemats, and mug mats (larger and smaller). Need to USE the scrap stash - not just gather!

Happy new year!!

Cedar Ridge Studio said...

Have a very Happy New Year Wanda.
Wishing you lots of great quilting and many many blessings. Hugs

cottonreel said...

Looking forward so much to seeing more of your finished work .

Susan R said...

Wanda your blog is something I look forward every morning as I sip my first cup of coffee. You are an amazing artist and I am always inspired and amazed at what you can do with fabric. I want to sincerely thank you for letting all of us stand over your shoulder as you work. I am always inspired and happy when I "visit" you each morning.

Have a wonderful new year with much good health and lots of happy times.

Susan

kadyb said...

Happy New Year, Wanda!

Needled Mom said...

That's a nice stack!!! Happy new year to you, Wanda. I wish you many blessings for the upcoming year.

suemac said...

Can't wait to see the collages. You were very productive in the midst of a personal crisis. Glad things are going well.

Angel and Kirby said...

I like the fusible batting in small projects, too!

Susan said...

Just popping in to say how much I enjoy you blog. It is a MUST for starting my day.

Here's to a happy, healthy New Year!

Susan

Pat said...

You are movin' right along with all your quilting. Fusible web is a great idea since I quilt as I go on my mug rugs.

Have a very Happy and Healthy and Prosperous New Year. Hoping for the best year ever for you and yours.

JJM said...

I too love the fusible batting. Especially for the smaller projects. Looking forward to your year end collage.

Sending wishes to you for a HEALTHY HAPPY NEW YEAR

.J~MT