Friday, January 15, 2010

An old and a new friend

Yesterday I spent my morning quilting the top right corner of my Dear Jane quilt. I neglected her for many months, but I promised her to spent more time together. This corner was a great start, because it needed a lot of stitches. On the picture you can see it with a triangle I quilted last year, but I forgot to take a picture.After that it was a small step to introduce Jane to my new jar. I bought it a few months ago to use as a button jar, but I thought it’s a great TUSAL-jar.
I started on 3 January 2010 with the twisted satin stitch. I also made a scissorfob for my daughter and I tried 2 TAST stitches: the drizzle stitch and the zigzag Spanish knotted stitch. I will write about them later.

1 comment:

  1. I love your quilts, even though I don't comment often I do see them, and they are all more beautiful than the last. I'm looking forward to your posts on the different stitches too! Your new Totally Useless Container looks perfect to me, as much quilting as you do you should be filling that baby up really fast.

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