Sunday, October 2, 2016

Finished Churndash

My scrap project was mostly a success.   I used up the majority of the green scraps.  Ended up creating more scraps for the yellow background.  Pieced together some odds and ends of batting.  Used up some muslin on the back that I bought for a batik class,  Also used up 2.5 bits of random green and grey binding.



I am finally getting feathers to look the way they are supposed to.  Though I have best success when they are drawn out first, even if I don't actually follow the lines, it helps with the spacing and overall design.



6 comments:

Marj said...

Love it! Your quilting is beautiful.

Amy said...

You've come a long way, Baby! (Are you old enough to remember those commercials?) Beautifully done!

cozykoza32a@gmail.com said...

I LOVE this congratulations.
Kathleen Mary

Archie the wonder dog said...

Beautiful!

Angie in SoCal said...

An excellent way to move out scraps, batting - even backing. The quilting is lovely, too. Congrats!

Summer said...

Such a beautiful finish! Great job ♥

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