When I started to quilt, one of the first books I bought had numerous patterns including one for Golden Wedding Ring. I was immediately taken by it and have remembered it ever since seeing that picture. So when Linda Franz announced … Continue reading
Tag Archives: fussy cutting/printing on fabric
Silent Garden & Harpsichord Blocks … and Getting Ready to Print
I know, I know! I thought I was going to stick with the Stormy Seas blocks but I decided to finish the blocks for row 3 of the brown & blue Silent Garden top. This is block 7 for row … Continue reading
A Pickled Lady in the Silent Gardens?
I couldn’t resist that title because really – a pickled lady in a silent garden? The thought makes me laugh. But before I get to the new Pickled Lady, there are a couple of Silent Garden and Harpsichord blocks to … Continue reading
Lots of Silent Garden & Other Blocks
While I may have been quiet, there has been a fair amount of quilt-related activity. The first thing I did was to get out a couple of stacks of pieces for the various Silent Garden variations I’m making as I … Continue reading
Back to Piecing the Blocks
I spent hours laying out the stars for the brown & blue and the Tranquil Garden tops until I was happy with their placement. I ended up using the bed as my design wall – but with the door shut … Continue reading
Tranquil Garden Row 2 Blocks
It is much quicker to get the blocks ready for the vertical alternate rows of the Silent Garden tops. It seems it’s so much quicker that I almost forget to take pictures before they’re joined, as I did for the … Continue reading
More Not So Silent Garden Blocks
I had to get it out of my system – some very careful seam ripping was necessary as I really wanted to see how different the wild floral kaleidoscope star would look with my final choice of fabrics for these … Continue reading
A Silent Garden with Harpsichords?
I’ve been getting lots done. Now I just need to try to start blogging on a more consistent basis. A pretty orange harpsichord block. The more I make of these blocks, the faster I find I’m sewing them. I love … Continue reading
Stars, Stars and More Stars
These stacks of diamonds that I had fussy cut/printed and showed last Monday … … have now turned into this group of kaleidoscope stars … …which, when added to those already done, make this stack of 53 stars done, ready … Continue reading
So Many Choices!
I seem to be in a routine right now of jumping from one project to another on a nightly basis. One thing I’ve decided cannot go on the back burner for any length of time is the Harpsichord Quilt … Continue reading