The most pressing thing was a tee shirt quilt for a customer's son. Here are a few shots of the progress there.
|You already saw day one, when I prepped the shirts.|
This is day two: arranging them in some sort of cohesive order.
|Day three was spent making filler bits to make the rows the same length.|
I construct the quilt in columns. Big shirt columns and small shirt columns.
Small motifs get made into circles and appliqued on.
|Day four, construct the quilt with the borders,|
and make the back.
|Day five: quilt the project and make binding.|
|I used a variegated thread to go with the grunge fabrics.|
Same panto as the tee shirt quilt, Dazzle, per customer wishes.
|One of the eight quilts from the same customer.|
And you thought I made a lot of quilts!
|Panto: Come dance with me|
|One of the mystery customer quilts.|
Do you recognize it?!
|The other mystery quilt.|
How about this one? Ring a bell?!
|Panto: Stacked Snailz|
|Back to the eight quilt lady...|
|eight lady again!|
|Eight lady again.|
|Panto: Frisky Feathers|