|FMQ squiggles on the cream fabric|
|And on the back|
The three of us going to Sisters met up to tie loose ends connected with our trip and as we haven't seen Judi for a while she had quite a bit to show us. She'd been on holiday but not without a sewing machine. She's going to use pieces as a vehicle for the sort of modern machine quilting which may be within reach of more ordinary machine quilters like myself. I shall watch and learn. Judi is an ace quilter on her domestic machine but makes it look so easy I have been known to say "Oh that's not rocket science" only to find that as far as I am concerned it might as well be. However I live in hope as I have now dipped a toe into FMQing on my Pfaff which isn't throwing up the back tension problems my Janome got up to.
|A bit Mondrianesque but not slavishly so.|
We both went to a Mondrian show at the
Turner contemporary here a few months ago.
|Uvulati mug rug swap. Top is a copy of the of the one she made and below the|
one she won.
|Lots of negative space to show off quilting.|