Way back at Quilt Market in Houston Tracy Mooney (Generation Q Magazine) did a quick interview with Bruce Magidson of SewBatik
Bruce showed us these gorgeous 108″ Indigo batiks. Sitting in a box next to me, that our package delivery system left at the front door of my home in a timely manner, are these batiks. They arrived with Oatmeal and synthrapol and retayne.
I’m remaking this quilt in Indigo and Oatmeal for the booth in Lancaster.Once the fabric is washed I’ll get started.
Monday night was so much fun. After not being able to spend a whole lot of time with the Pelham Quilters it was good to be home. The meetings have moved from the first Monday to the third Monday of the month at 7 PM. They are taking a day trip to the AQS Show in Lancaster on Saturday April First it’s $55 for bus trip and then about $25 (give or take) for dinner. If you’re interested please leave me a comment and I’ll get you in touch with the coordinator of the trip. You can also comment through the facebook page.
Speaking of character
Roses, gazanias, mums and pansies are among my favorite flowers. Each petal is slightly different, some edges have little dips in from the edge, some of the petals are more rounded at the top, while others have something of a triangular peak. Not to mention the veining in each petal. In this photo the veining is subtle however it’s there and it’s kind of random and branches out here and there. The veining reminds me of the quilting we add to our pieced tops. Imperfect stitching is perfect, adds visual interest. Stay tuned for more character, pictures that I’ve taken over the years are flashing before my eyes. Character Counts
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Is there a place to buy the pattern of your quilt?
You should be able to purchase it from SewBatik (sewbatik.com). I don’t see it on their website however if you call them one of the gals in the shop can help.