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Saturday, July 26, 2008

On a Roll

I seem to be on a roll with these bags. Here is another one made from my spare parts drawer.I decided that this would be a good opportinity to practise some free motion quilting. It's far from perfect but I think it adds to the bag. On this one I needed to spend a bit more time on the marking.

This one is made with a left-over couple from one of my wall hangings. I think they were too small for what I needed at that time.


The quilting on the back of this one is a lot simpler and easier to do.


The colours are way off on my computer. The green looks turquoise but it's actually a kelly green.

6 comments:

jovaliquilts said...

FMQ has always been a big stumbling block for me; I know I just need to practice, practice, practice! I love your idea of doing it on something small and useful, like a bag.

Love that one with the people!

Quilt Pixie said...

great practise on your feathers! Love how these bags turned out, each so unique :-)

Ali Honey said...

Yeah! More bags. You are very productive and it is a wonderful way to utilize spare parts that took quite a while to make in the first place. Your FM quilting is ahead of mine, I do too much stitching in the ditch....so need to practise.

meggie said...

I just love all those bags! They are wonderful, & your quilting makes them look great.

Lise said...

Wow, someone has been very busy I see. Love the idea of using orphan blocks....thanks for the inspiration...Lise

Myra said...

Your free motion looks great Joyce! Very nice!