Mother with Sleeping Child
Rudolf Epp (1843-1910)
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I’ve been slaving away on one of my BIG PROJECTS—watch for the “Reveal” some time next week—so I’m a little late with this post today.
I received this question this week and thought everyone could help answer…
Love this..it is a perfect overall filler! (Crabapple Blossom HERE) Thank you! Would you mind sharing the approx size of flowers? Also, how would you accomplish this on a larger quilt, lap or larger? Would you work in sections, one corner and work up and out, or..just work at random until you bump into another flower?
The Crabapple Blossom
In the tutorial, the largest flowers are about 2 inches.
In a large quilt, I would either increase the size of the flowers dramatically–six inches or larger OR I would just stitch more of them…depending on the scale of the other quilting in the quilt. This motif is particularly nice for both large and small because it has a lot of detail. You can also add more “oomph” to the motif by echo stitching the entire flower.
I would work in sections–that’s the only way on a domestic sewing machine–and generally, I would work from the center out.
Usually I stitch for awhile, then take the quilt out of the machine and lay it on the floor to see how it looks. I would re-position the quilt and then begin quilting the next section from the center out–smoothing outward as I go. By removing and looking occasionally, you can make adjustments to your quilting and it gives one a sense of satisfaction that some progress is being made.
I hope that helps…please chime in with YOUR advice and YOUR questions!
QUILT MARKET FASHION
A few of you wondered about clothing construction at Quilt Market 2015.
I was surprised by how many booths included garment sewing…but then again, it seems quite natural that clothing designs would spring from the gorgeous quilt fabrics!
So here we have our our “Quilt Market Fashion Show-2015”
NOTE-I’ve added all the information I have about each fabric line. If YOU have more information, please add it to the comments and I will amend the posts.
Do YOU have any questions, comments, answers? We’d Love to hear!
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