This is while it is on the frame. You are supposed to do everything freehand but I just couldn't let myself go, so I used a template ruler and drew in the wavy line then I followed the line freehanding it and adding the 'L' loops, a fun design. I purposely placed them farther apart so the quilt remained soft and cuddly for a baby.
Isn't this Halloween panel adorable, I won it from my friend Jasmine this past fall. I should have taken a picture of it before I cut it up and sewed it back together. But the little pic's were on each side of the haunted house, so I cut them and rearranged it and added the green rectangle(which was from Jasmine too!) I was searching through my patterns as I was just sure I had the letters BOO in another pattern that would be perfect to add to this. Nope not the right size or shape. So duh! I have a Silhouette Cameo die cutting machine where I can pick my font and size-perfect!! I cut them from cardstock, drew around them on my fusible web. Ironed them onto fabric, cut out and fused to my green and appliqued them on with a satin stitch. It's not quilted yet-I have a few months to go. I will use the rest of the green candy corn fabric and add a bit of orange from my stash to it for the backing. I LOVE how it came out. Thanks Jasmine!!!!!!!!!!!
This was the project I worked on yesterday. It's one of the Lil' Twister patterns. She has you cutting lots of sqs of the same color and sewing them back together so you get a stripe fabric before using the Lil Twister tool to cut them out. Well I thought why do all that piecing, so I just cut strips, sewed them together and cut. It is working fine so far and there are less bulky seams to deal with. Hopefully I will get the rest cut today and maybe with some luck get it all sewn up.
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