First up if you read my last post when I mentioned I didn't have good light for photographing as
we were having a grey day in Auckland - this is
the beach a minute or two from our place!
Come Summer it's all blue skies, hot sun and lovely aqua sea!
Hooray, I finished basting my H quilt and will certainly use the board method
again, my poor fingers couldn't take basting it all in one go
so I took my time over two days, all while trying to configure my studio!
I have been cutting out the quilt for my grand-daughter and wouldn't you know
that I didn't have a 6" finished square die for my Accuquilt so I've been cutting
168 squares with the ruler and cutter, luckily I do have the correct
size triangle die.
|start of the cutting session|
|practice size for triangles|
Important call re fabric
below is a small snippet of a very old Kaffe Fassett fabric, can't
rememher what it was called or when I bought it but this tiny piece is all I have
left and I've been desperately searching online to see if any
stores by any remote chance have a little left tucked away in a store room.
If this rings a bell with any of you and perhaps you know where I may be
able to get a hold of some would you please, please email me. If you have any in your stash
and would be willing to sell me a small amount you
would make me very happy, I was hoping to put some of this in the
quilt I'm now cutting.
Here is one of the reasons I love Kaffe Collective fabrics, cut a strip 6 and 1/2" wide
cut into squares and you have six different looks!
Better get a hurry up with moving my table so I can get