I've had lots of sewing inspiration in the last couple of weeks, meeting Sharon at QITB and having another session with Irene Blanck at Giborne's Patch n Quilt to sew more of Auntie Green's Garden.
|Tacking all around the design.|
|Made quite a bit of progress already.|
|The star in the middle was too difficult to sew on the bus so this part had to wait until I was at home.|
This block looked daunting but now that I've started I'm loving it, especially using Mary Koval's red fabric.
Then there was more inspiration in Irene's class where I saw a new Auntie Green that is being made by Jill...
Isn't it just gorgeous!
This where I'm up to with my Aunty Green...
I now trying to decide which fabric to use on the basket handles...
I love the stripey zig zags but it just 'disappears' (see above pic).
I think I'll go for the darker fabric I've pinned on the left - what do you think?
More inspiration coming up tomorrow when I go to the first Appliqué Day for the new Appliqué Guild Australia - might see you there?
I hope you can find some sewing inspiration too.