The first version was a test sew to see how it should break down into units for a logical way for assembly. This next version is for taking pictures as I go so I can write instructions for it. I love this process. I love looking at a design, breaking it down and then rebuilding it and describing the process in pictures and writing. In my wildest dreams many years ago I would never have thought that I would design and write patterns and classes. Isn’t it odd how life can throw such curve balls? The biggest news though is that as I said last week, Leo’s Mane is finished. The weather cooperated a few days ago and I was able to hang it up outside and get some pictures. Here’s a picture of the full quilt.
And a picture of the centre section
and then the four borders. This quilt has been a challenge and a joy to work on from beginning to end. So now in the midst of working on these smaller class sample projects, I’m thinking on what the next bigger one is going to be. I have plans........
In the meantime, It’s time for lunch and more stitching. I’m linking up to Kathy’s Slow Sunday Stitching.
Congratulation to your Leo's Mane. It looks great. I like your quilting.ReplyDelete
Your new epp project is wonderful.
Best wishes Manuela
LOVE that new project! Gorgeous colours and a great variety of blocks.ReplyDelete
It so great seeing Leo's Mane finished. Glad that your new career is beinging you so much joy!
Congratulation to the finished quilt. I really like your quilting. I'm still in lap 4, but soon I can finish this. Then continue with lap 5.ReplyDelete
Leo's Mane is fabulous! I still haven't gotten past the 1st step of choosing colors, but seeing yours done really makes me want to start! Thank you for sharing your fabulous design!ReplyDelete