Adding some more strip webby goodness to my Spiderweb quilt....
It is coming along, but again, this is not a quick one to piece together....
Flanders is not impressed....
I have a basket tutorial on the Sew To Speak blog if you are interested in making some baskets :)
A spiderweb quilt is really not something speedy :)ReplyDelete
Yours will be wonderful! I love your strips.
You know what they say...if it's worth doing, it's worth doing well! And you are doing SO well!! Flanders looks so relaxed! Ah, the life of a dog!ReplyDelete
That spider web quilt makes me want to be a spider , actually I don't really like spiders but I LOVE your quilt!! All those colourful fabrics really sing!!ReplyDelete
Holy cow. Now I need to go look at the tutorial again.. holy cow this is cute.ReplyDelete
Love your spider webs - makes me want to get mine out gReplyDelete
from the bag is is hiding in but I will need to change the foundation fabric from boring old calico! Unless I can embellish it with stitching like Molly!
Dang, I thought you meant a basket that you put things in . -but i am getting over it.ReplyDelete
and I kind of like the basket you made too.
See you Friday
flanders totally cracks me up. he looks like a great helper.ReplyDelete
It looks fabulous and well worth the time and effort. Love those baskets too.ReplyDelete
Wow!!! That is going to be amazing!ReplyDelete
this is going to be a great quilt!ReplyDelete
It may be going slow but it sure is looking great.ReplyDelete
it's totally delicious Mary, savour every stitch :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful. Love it!ReplyDelete