Susan and I loved this idea! I have hankies that were my mom's and grandmother's, plus some from other countries.
This was shown in my last post, said it was pretty in pink
Now here's the full monty;
this might be a take on the log cabin block.
I'm betting this has a pattern name, but I like the randomness.
I call it a scrappy quilt.
Oh so luxurious! It appeared to be suede.
More cats! And such diversity!
This one looks complicated, but so lovely!
The colors in this one were more vibrant
This quilt intrigued me: I studied it for some time.
If you look closely at the edge, you'll see the fabric before cutting.
This "flower" was created using butterfly wings from the yardage. Each 6-piece flower inside the blue border was made from certain parts of other flowers or butterflies.
My expert quilting friend tells me this is a variation of "stack and whack", a technique I hope to learn someday!
Beautiful purple! Notice the triangles that are larger?
And in both directions.
Susan's dream bag, sans bow ;-)
Amazing dolphin quilt seams so tedious!
Look how small the pieces are!
I really liked the fancy swirly quilting on this one...
enlarge to appreciate.
And finally, a fabric landscape. This is remarkable!
I am able to do similar things, with glass...
only microscopic in comparison!
Come back tomorrow for a show in glass beads.