Here's something new to make your photo to quilt enlargement easier.
The transparent grids come in these sizes:
20x25" 25x35" 30x40"
You will still need the book to know my methods, but these will help you to get your photomap ready.
The set of three is $10. plus shipping. Contact me if you're interested as these are not in the "store" at this time.
May your quilting adventures be happy ones.
It's photo day. This is an essential part of documenting your quilt and if you want to enter it in a show, you really need good photos.
So this is what we do.
Hubby is the photographer
Please excuse my mess--this is a "working studio"!!
We had a great trip to Houston and were just thrilled to see all of the quilts. Some of my favorite exhibits were Carol Bryer Fallert's 30 Quilts for 30 years...(stunning); and Libby Lehman's Exhibit to raise funds for her care.
I was happy to receive a 2nd place award in the Naturescapes category;
and to be a part of the Fiber Art Friends group which got an Honorable mention in the Group category.
The Houston show is very inspiring (and very exhausting!) It's good to be home and working on a new project. Many more are dancing in my head.
My quilting group: Fiber Art Friends, got good news yesterday. AQS called saying that our Bridge Project won 3rd place in the "Ultimate Guild Challenge" at Grand Rapids.
How exciting to have people enjoy and recognize our work. This challenge required us to use a recognizable portion of a regional bridge as well as a plant that would grow in our area. Everyone went to work and we did not see the resulting quilts until "revealing day". Its always a surprise to see what the others came up with. Here are the resulting quilts:
top left to bottom right
Diane May, Samoa Bridge, Eureka. CA
Donna Parker, Hammond Bridge, McKinleyville
Edith Harmer, Brookwood Bridge, Bayside
Gerry Smeltzer, Samoa Bridge during the Kenectic Sculpture Race, Eureka
Jody Rusconi, 1928 North Fork of the Mad River, Korbel
Maggie Stimson, Confusion Hill Project
Rosalinda Brainerd, new Bridgeville bridge from the old bridge, Bridgeville
Pat Durbin, inside of the Elk River Covered Bridge on Berta Ranch, Eureka
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