|"Sedona" by Sherrie Spangler|
Catching up on random stuff
Here's the full picture of "Sedona" -- I think I've only shown glimpses of it until now. I painted most of the fabric and foiled the center squares. I love working in these rich, saturated colors and quilting with gold thread.
In a completely different color scheme is this top that I finally layered and basted this morning after piecing it a year and a half ago. It reminds me of the soft colors of water, fog and grayed greens here in Gig Harbor. I can't decide on a quilt pattern. I usually quilt in sweeping free-form undulating lines, but I don't know if that would work with this. I'm not good at quilting precise patterns.
It sort of goes with the deck furniture.
And last but not least is the STITCH meeting that I hosted this week. It was a farewell party for Lois, who is moving to California. Here she is (in the green top) with some of our group. That's my "Forest" quilt behind them.
Pat had this spectacular quilt top for show and tell, which she pieced with squares as small as one inch. Her inspiration was a photo of a tree in full fall colors.
And of course we had to have color on the table:
Have a colorful day