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Small cloth

Jude Hill’s second part of Patchwork in Perspective has started! I started stitching some inch-square patches using Jude Hill’s invisible baste stitch. Not so invisible in some cases. And I need more practice (patience?)...

Patches and threads

Detail of an intersection of patches. I added a beige strip to the left side of my stitched piece to give the figure there more breathing room. I had to attach some patches to...

garden helpers

One figure is scattering seeds, the other is watering. This piece has come a long way and has revealed so much. I wish to reveal more of the narrative in pieces on my blog,...

The benevolent sower

This figure has evolved a lot. I removed her circular face and the orange headdresses became giving wings. I added a paired piece of that purple floral patterned fabric, so it would match the...

Almost ready to turn

I have been waiting for the day I could turn this quilt and obscure the “ugly” interior layer. Today is the day and guess what – I’m feeling reluctant. So I spent some time...

quilt sandwich

The quilt sandwich – almost finished basting. I’m being much more careful than usual because I know this is going to be tricky. Established that initial two-layer sandwich should be the interior cloth on...

sun moon stars

I’m having fun coming up with different ways to stitch down the moon medallions from Jude Hill’s threadcrumbs shop. Below are a sun ray design and a starry sky. I only have two more...