Turkey Tracks: March 31, 2021
“My Splice” and “Trees”
“Trees” is on the longarm—mostly because I need another night time hand-sewing project. Though, I should confess, I can fall back on the EPP project that has been underway for several years now. But, it is a hard project. Sewing binding is more soothing.
This quilt is SUPER BRIGHT, for sure.
And I have finished and hung “My Splice,” a project from this year’s Color Collective class with Tara Faughnan—hosted by Amy Newbold’s Sewtopia. I wanted something I’ve made for this spot in the living room, so I made a wall hanging rather than a larger quilt.
I quilted with 12-weight Sulky cotton, with a Tulip Sashiko needle AND had a lot of fun using different color threads.
The corner where I hung it had an old opera poster—Turandot—that was looking faded and stodgy. “My Splice” has certainly brightened up that corner of the living room.
Here’s one more:
The April project will arrive online tomorrow.
Ah, anticipation unfolds strongly today. The fabric is already here and is very pretty.
One thought on ““My Splice” and “Trees””
I love this post! It’s so full of eye candy!! Your Trees quilt is amazing and yes so bright!
Splice looks amazing on your wall esp with your hand quilting 😊
Your furniture reminds me of what I had while my girls were growing up in the townhouse, it was the ektorp from IKEA and white…which was a little crazy but they had slip covers that I could wash and replace every so often. I loved how they looked with my quilts!
White and my mechanic man just wouldn’t work so now I have slate 😊