So I flipped the quilt over and free motion quilted my spirals from the back. Some areas were quilted heavily and others weren’t quilted at all.
The effect was what I was hoping for, and here’s the finished quilt! Well, when creating the design, I needed a focal point for the center. While at the Sister’s Quilt Show Expo in Oregon this past Summer, l happened upon the Babylok™ booth and was intrigued by a sample the rep had made using swimsuit material.
I did a bit of web-surfing and found a site with instructions for creating “Great Gatsby Style Patterns” in Photoshop. I decided to create the quilt top using my Silhouette Appliqué technique: Once the appliqué was done, I layered everything over a piece of flat cotton batt, and the quilt backing fabric, re-pinning in the black fabric areas once again.
Stay tuned, in my next post I’ll cover the trickiest part – the quilting! Today I’ve been married to my best friend for 40 years. No red, white and blue, but rainbow pastel bridesmaids, complete with matching parasols.
Our parents have been great examples of how to have a good marriage.
In the 1980’s Mike and I were enjoying our beautiful kids, good jobs, and a lovely home in the woods; and then…
Instagram claims it's fixed a problem with its log-out button which left people frothing with rage this week.
It told The Mirror that it's solved an issue which annoyed people who administer multiple Instagram accounts from the same app - for example, people who run both a personal account and a business account.
Instagram introduced the ability to manage multiple accounts from its official i OS and Android apps as part of its 7.15 update last month.
However, yesterday, many were complaining that the function had been cruelly snatched away.
Many users took to Twitter to complain about the problem, with some using the hashtag #instagramlogout: It's not been a good week for Instagram.