I am diligently working on the Storm at Sea quilt. I finished all the components (441) for the blocks this week and started to piece the blocks (49) together. I have found the tearing the paper off at the four way intersections is helpful in lining up the seams. I am also thinking that it will make removing all the paper easier, as there won’t be any that is caught in those intersections. I did accidentally discover that having wet fingers help to remove those papers. I am thinking that when to time comes, I’ll rig up a sponge in a saucer of water to use while ripping all those foundations off.
I am thinking of entering a quilt in this years PIQF show. The theme is “That’ll be the day…” they also have a Mid Century Mod section again. I entered my MCM quilt last year, there were about 20 quilts in the category. I thought that most of them ignored the mid century and just went with modern design. Lots of negative space, solid colors, and lots of quilting. Here are a few that I liked, but didn’t think were especially indicative of MCM.
The entries are due 8/29, I might be able to come up with something. The Buddy Holly song keeps running through my head.
Well, that’ll be the day, when you say goodbye
Yes, that’ll be the day, when you make me cry
You say you’re gonna leave, you know it’s a lie
‘Cause that’ll be the day when I die…
Sorry for the ear worm 🙂
Linking up with Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for “Can I get a Whoop Whoop?” today.
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Your Storm at Sea quilt will be amazing! I recently made a wall hanging and it turned out pretty darn good! It does help removing the corner papers before sewing the blocks together. I’ve not tried water before, but will file that away for the future!
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