T Row Studio

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  • Birthday 04/26/1959

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    Lousana, Alberta Canada
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  1. this was 40 weight because that is what I had at home in that colour, but use 60 and 80 often
  2. Naming quilts is one of the things I struggle with. a couple of the cool names I have been given are "a Flutter of Orange" Orange you glad we have Butterflies" Butterfly Sunset
  3. Thanks Connie, Sherrie is working on it if you e-mail her she will contact you when it is ready. let her know I sent you Connie and have a great day Wheatlandquilters@gmail.com
  4. no finding under anything this is here for inspiration
  5. This is a small version of the butterfly quilt pattern drafted by Sherrie I love orange and I am making most of my quilts this year with orange in them. anybody have a killer name for this quilt....it is always funto play with one of your own quilts.... I hope you enjoy , many of the designs I have not done before but have found a couple I will do again for sure back of the quilt close ups of the background this one I have named bubble wrap rulers and freemotion oops I see a thread.... more thread that will get cleaned up
  6. Perfect little quilt for a girl Love the panto
  7. Thank you Ladies. This is so far out of my comfort zone, but I am trying to stretch myself with regards to my quilting ...you just never know when you are going to find something that you are passionate about.
  8. I did a little experiment at a retreat doing some improv curved piecing. I was using scraps from a fellow retreater they were cast off from a judy niemeyer quilt so odd shaped triangles mostly. I made four main clusters of curved pieces then added the putty fabcic to pull the pieces together Once they were sewn together the face emerged. A pleasant surprise. I then quilted it with a contrasting 40 weight thread. This piece was juried into the Canadian NJS that is in Ottawa this week. I did not win a ribbon but I have my quilt hanging with some very impressive quilts. I do not do this kind of quilts and stretched myself artistically to make it. I am pleased with the overall project. This piece is 20" x 20"
  9. Hi Connie This is one of my own images I offer in my Collage classes i teach. The panels are fun to do. I would love to meet you also connie we need to have a apqs reunion one day so we all can meet. Terry
  10. I have a few more to do also Cathy. Now to get enough time to do my own thing LOL