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Monday, July 30, 2012

Quilt for baby

Now to bind!

This baby quilt is ready to bind! Can't wait to get this done and sent to him!

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Inspiration

Flower
Wolf beadwork

How amazing is this bead work? I took this picture while at the Indian Village at the Calgary Stampede earlier this month. Absolutely stunning!
I love the wolf on this piece. This really makes me want to start beading!

  Moccasins
A family's collection of moccasins.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Hexie Project

hexies!
Here is a visual update of my hexie project progress. I'm not even sure what I'm making but so far I like it!

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Seven Point Star!

Seven-point star!
I paper pieced this seven-point star yesterday, which was so easy! It's a free pattern from sewhooked.com, by Jennifer Ofenstein. Here is the link to the pattern. Try it yourself!

Monday, July 23, 2012

Calgary Modern Quilting Guild July Meeting

Here are some pictures from our July meeting! CMQG July 2012 Meeting CMQG July 2012 Meeting CMQG July 2012 Meeting CMQG July 2012 Meeting CMQG July 2012 Meeting CMQG July 2012 Meeting

Calgary Stampede 2012

2012 Centennial Quilt Here is a picture of the Calgary Stampede 100th Anniversary Quilt. In person it was huge and amazing! Lots of talented quilters made blocks for this quilt and you can see the time and love that was used to create it! Quilt named "Magical Moonlight"

This is my quilt named Magical Moonlight that I entered into the Arts and Crafts Exhibition. It did not win anything but I was happy to see it displayed and enjoyed! It was based on a painting by my friend Shimon Kato, and maybe just a little too modern minimalist for this show. I paper pieced the entire moonlight area and then hand appliqu├ęd it to the outer fabric. I also machine quilted this myself.

Close up of "Magical Moonlight"

Me and my quilt!


Me @CalgaryStampede!

This other piece I won a second place ribbon for. This is a collaboration with my friend Shimon Kato. That is a print of his painting in the center which I then used to translate into fabric!

Wall hanging