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Monday, October 20, 2008

Going in Circles


I could see that I was going to be bored doing all the same stitch so I started embellishing and didn't know when to stop. I also put a set of Saturn rings around one circle . I'm still not sure if I should keep the square with the egg shape on it.


12 comments:

Quilter Going Bananas said...

Looking good Joyce! Why limit yourself to one stitch when your machine does many?? Good idea.

meggie said...

I really love that! I could see a child -or adult me!- being fascinated at the shapes & the different embellishments. I might just be moved to copy you, as I have in the past!

BrendaS said...

I like the variety. is that eyelass yarn in the bottom row? looks great.

Vicki W said...

They are looking awesome!

em's scrapbag said...

I think it looks great Joyce. I love the colors and all the different circle shapes. Way to embelish and ward off bordom with the different stitches.

Julie Bagamary said...

This looks really nice. Be careful not to overthink it...that's running into perfectionism :)

MYRA said...

You've been a busy bee again today Joyce! Love you embellishments! Looks really good!!!
Happy stitchings! 8-)

Magpie Sue said...

Love the Saturn ring. I also happen to like the egg shaped one!

T said...

Go ahead and keep the egg-shaped one. If anyone questions it (including yourself), remember that the gravitational pull of the larger body pulls the smaller body out of shape.

At least that's what I tell my husband.

Cascade Lily said...

You have been having lots of fun Joyce! I like the egg :)

Quilt Pixie said...

by adding the one saturn ring you've given freedom to experiement with the other shapes I think -- it pulls it towards interesting shapes that work together rather than simply repeating circles/ovals....

Darcie said...

Your project would be perfect for someone wanting to experiment with the their machine's fancy stitches. No corners make for quicker learning!