T Row Studio

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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
  11. I made this collage Butterfly and did not know where I was going to use as a back ground then remembered I had a dream big panel...and the rest is history . I would like to see your Dream Big panels you quilted. Please
  12. yes please.... I did one also I should look and see if I posted already ...
  13. I did a bit of thread work to enhance the printed panel of these dahlia flowers. The customer had added flange border around all the blocks so first off I sewed that down so it did not catch. then did loops and leaves in the narrow areas and feathers in the center thicker areas. this was fun to do.
  14. no Connie it was not to bad when I got lost It was a design opportunity LOL
  15. front view of the quilt Lighting was not great but the close-ups are better. Pattern is by Sew Colorful and the pattern is Sizzling Summer. I use 80/20 cotton/wool for the batting and backing is a plush Costco Blanket in bright hot Pink. an allover freehand quilting motifs to add texture and interest I just love my new quilt. Thanks for looking and have a great Monday Part of the back it is a Costco Fleece Blanket with 80/20 cotton Wool batting supper warm quilt Picture on my millie framehere are pictures before quilting
  16. Thank you Sharon ... I have been busy and guess just forgot about the forum...when you are not have to many machine problem you forget about all your friends here