Capture & Create Quilt is finished… Posted by Pam Holland on June 2, 2010December 13, 2014 Go to June 2nd blog on the main blog page. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPrintLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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THAT is a wonderful way to incorporate doodles into the background!
Yep, I textured he background.
When you used fusible web on the back of the “mountains” post-texture magic, didn’t ironing the web on flatten the texturing, or am i thinking inside the box too much…also, I take it that you did not do any further quilting on those peices that were TMed..right?
Was considering incorporating this in a local challenge, but was wondering these things…thanks for responding
Jo Ann Jeffries
Jo Ann, No, ironing the fusible onto the back didn’t flatten the image at all, give it a go….
I’m late getting here, but this little piece is just fascinating! Makes me willing to experiment with texture magic. Thanks for all the information on your site–so inspirational. At our local show in Hattiesburg, Miss., Oct. 8-10, 2010, Kathy Honeycutt displayed a replica of your 1776 quilt; it won viewers’ choice plus blue ribbon in Mixed-Large category. Her execution of your pattern was outstanding. http://www.pinebeltquilters.com.
I remember meeting you and seeing your quilt when it won BOS in Houston in ’04 (?). A good friend (Mary Nell Magee) is taking a class from you in Houston next week–lucky girl! Wish I could be there.