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Ellen’s Feathers

Ellen Craig feather full quiltI have to tell you I do like getting these feather via email. It’s like waking up on Christmas morning and getting a new coloring book and crayons. You remember that new box of crayon smell right? It’s kinda like that new car smell. There’s something quite inviting, enticing about that smell drawing us in for more.Ellen Craig feather close up
Ellen sent these the other day. Thank you! You did a great job. Made even better because you stitched them out on satin or Radiance – something shiny and slick.

We know that feathers aren’t the easiest things to stitch out.
Reality Check: all quilting motifs are hard until we figure out how to stitch them out on our own. Ellen Craig feather 1
The beautiful thing is that when we stick to it, keep going, try feathers again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again.
If I do anything when I blog
If I do anything when I teach
If I do anything through email or Lucy’s Nickles
I want to encourage you to try something new. Oh forget the something new, try something! Make little quilt sandwiches and just stitch!
Ellen did.
What will I see from you?

Happy Quilting!



4 thoughts on “Ellen’s Feathers”

  1. Hey Teri, My name is not Ellen Ann and I don’t have a blog. My name is Ellen McBurney and I sent you those pictures through my email address.
    Sorry if I did something wrong when I sent them to you but I’m kinda new with taking and sending photos. my email address is
    Sorry for the confusion.

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