Tuesday, August 17, 2010

nature fabric quilt block for Ruby Tuesday

I bought quite a bit of nature themed fabric last weekend in Maine and have decided to make a nature themed quilt by framing some of the beautiful fabric pictures to make quilt blocks. It has been a battle getting the thread tension adjusted on my sewing machine, but now I think I can manage it and cope with the frustration when it doesn't work correctly. More blocks will be posted as I progress along.This one shown includes a bit of reddish tones including the border fabric(Old English Rose, by Gail Kessler for Andover Fabrics Inc) The nature scene is I think from Timeless Treasures. Some of the fat quarters do not include the selvages which id the pattern and fabric manufacturer. What fun it is getting involved in a project such as this!

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Magical Mystical Teacher said...

A swift-flowing stream—
raccoon, bear, beaver, eagle,
and deer quench their thirst.

Tiny Red Chapel

reg said...

This is such a nice carpet. I love the wild life in this one. It moves nicely

Manang Kim said...

Oh wow that is beautiful!
A Chevrolet red pick up

Mel Cole of PA, USA said...

That is indeed a beautiful tapestry,a big block for a quilt too. It would be nice to have it on winter. Have a good Tuesday!