I finished stitching this primitive quilt, just a wall hanging size. Hand quilted and hand applique. The whole things was made from my imagination and some stems already cut to size. I free hand cut the flowers. Just a silly fun thing, LOL!!
Here are the borders, and it is on the roll top desk for a while, so I can see it, as I zoom by doing house stuff.
This is in my dining room! My friend Lyn made this for me, and I just love it, and use it all the time. I decided it need to be up in here, as it is just perfect for the July holiday. Thank you, Lyn! Like that antique wall paper? Old, old, old!!
What I meant by releasing fabric is just this: When I first started quilting, I thought every piece of fabric needed a plan, and was bound and determined to kit everything up and go for it! Well......years have gone by. I really thought I would make a certain quilt...but... years have gone by! I furthermore cut all the fabrics into strips! What in the world was I thinking? Anyway, I have salvaged what I could, and released the rest of the fabric back into the stash. That feels good!! It means an empty project container, and yahoo! That is good!!
Back then, I cut all my patriotic fabric up into strips too. Idiot child!! I sure wish I had those fat quarters back...OH well...I will come up with a plan, LOL!