Class Project: Water

Here is a class project update.  The fabric that I painted is the background.  I am learning to make waves and foamy water.  I have a LONG way to go.  Some of what I tried works.  Some doesnt.  I have tons of sewing left to do on it before it is ready to be quilted.

The point is, I have learned much.


And just for Jan…… here is a close up of the batik that I burned the edges of to get jagged rocks.  Some of my batik worked pretty well.  Others didnt work at all.   This whole class is an experiment!


This week:  FIRE!  (no, not because of burning batiks)


And this is the quilt I have been trying to get done for a client:


Those sashings would be easier to do if the quilt was in a straight set, rather than offset rows.  I think I got it figured out so it is passable.  Not great, but ok.  Pretty colors huh?  Wonderful batiks and metallics in this one.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jan
    Sep 30, 2007 @ 18:34:21

    Oh now that is just cool!! What a great class. Lucky you!! I like that customer quilt. I bet it will be just amazing when you are done with it.


  2. Vicki W
    Sep 30, 2007 @ 19:53:58

    Gayle, very cool! Which QU class is this?


  3. sammi
    Sep 30, 2007 @ 23:13:29

    DeeeeeeeLICIOUS fabrics in your customer quilt. Stained glass is my second passion … well, maybe 14th, but still a passion!



  4. Lynn Douglass
    Oct 04, 2007 @ 03:43:04

    You’ve been very busy! I love what you are playing with in your online class. Very cool progress! I also enjoyed going through the pictures of your recent vacation. One of these days I hope to take a tour of that part of the country.


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