oh so close, but yet so far! only half the binding to finish on the mountain scene I showed last week.
I love how the sneakers came out :-) they are traced from a photo of my feet, then drawn on a light moddled batik fabric after applying wonder under 805, then cut out, fused down and then thread sketched over the drawn lines that I used a fine fabric marker to draw.
I liked this mountain scene idea so much I made another one - this is with cut out trees this time but the same sky - lighter mountains - have yet to quilt and bind.
the sheep I started awhile ago has had no progress at all lately - poor guy is still waiting for a barn to live in.
I have to decide on a color for the background barnwood - any suggestions?
now for my moms masterpiece, she didn't finish the one I posted last week, but look at her finish for the week - how awesome is this! we are talking hand applique on all those bias stems and buds, perfect mariners compass points and that curly border thing - wish I had a couple of close ups to show. she is very precise with her quilting unlike her daughter (which is why I stick with art quilts)
now this is the ultimate work in progress - doing 4 of these puppies together for one amazing quilt.
I couldn't imagine doing it, but it is gorgeous.
Well done Mom!