Friday, February 19, 2016
Must find sew-Jo
Wow, I had no idea you had so many tops done. That's amazing. Maybe you could offer one of the tops as a prize to the entrants at your upcoming quilt show or partner with a talented finisher and donate it to a cause you believe in. I love the radiant star quilt. I tried doing something similar before the math killed me. If it doesn't have a home I know that quilts, especially star quilts are given as a special honour to deserving people in most First Nations communities. Maybe communities in your area are looking to buy some to give to special leaders or achievers.
I've had trouble with the sew-jo but I did manage to finish a scrappy baby quilt for my cousin's newest son, Zoltan Octavius ( I'm serious,that's his name). I had been hoarding some scraps from the quilt I had made Pere a long time ago so scrappy was a way I could use those bits. She recognized them right away, so I knew I made the right choice. It's pretty simple but they have two other kids and three dogs so it had to be easily washable. Keep up the updating, I'm going to try and be better at documenting my creativity as well. Her