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Hi everyone, I hope you are all staying warm while we are experiencing our January freeze. "Out like a Lion" "In like a Lamb", maybe there is hope for February?
I have been suffering today with a cold and decided to stay home and get my January mini quilt done-better late than never!
The picture of it is below and it is a landscape quilt, kinda artsy and showing January, cold and frosty as it is right now.
The process of making this quilt was really very simple and completely by machine. I started with a simple line drawing shown below:
Fabric was then cut out based on the paper templates:
The fabric parts were all sewn together with a tiny zig zag and matching thread:
My quilt is now ready to be sandwiched with 2 layers of batting, to show texture on the quilt:
My feed dogs are lowered and a free motion foot is put on my machine and trees are free motion stitched:
More trees and snowflakes in the sky are added along with swirling winds and texture lines in the snow:
Stay warm and stay safe on those roads and challenge yourself to make a winter landscape!❤️
Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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