Great technique and use of leftover scraps!
For some reason or other my computer is not letting me know that you are posting. I have been waiting for a new post for a week and today it finally showed and it was a weeks worth of blogs. Your plants look lovely for the drought that we are having. I wish we would get some rain as I am tired of watering the plants. The heat is creeping back in after a beautiful Monday. Enjoy your day and keep quilting.
Wow, that is really neat. Are the bottom pieces held in place with the fusible batting as well? Or are they sewn down? Very pretty!
On! I love it!
A quilt like this would make a great AAQI quilt...I love it!
A modern crazy quilt of sorts! martha in Minnesotastill swimming
I really love that one!!
OMG Wanda that is awesome !Always enjoy catching up with the posts I missed. Loved the the finches and garden photo'sJ~MTp.s. was gone to the Coeur D' Alene Iron Man this past weekend to watch our son compete in his FIFTH Iron Man race.
Oh, Wanda, you make it look so easy. Another beauty-in-the-making!
Beautiful colors! I have done something similar and after I have laid out my pieces I took a couple of already fused scraps and added them on top, helps to hold it down a little more.
Thats beautiful Wanda - Not sure what you mean by layer it. The colours are so vibrant.
What a treat to see this in progress -- all those little pieces!
lOve this piece. I have been trying to catch up on blog reading today...you have been as busy as ever since you got back. Love the new pieces.
This piece is beautiful. It looks like tiny pieces. I'm not sure how it's connected to the batting other than the fusible part of the batting. Are you planning to stitch it down? Regardless, it's beautiful. I can see it as a beautiful wall hanging.
oops. I just read one of your other post entries. Seems the pieces are partly free floating until you quilt the sandwiched piece.
This one has a beautiful glow as well as exuberant color!
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