Saturday, October 27, 2007

Journal Quilt #43


This journal quilt was a free motion exercise. I had a hard time concentrating on it for some reason, so I know it is definitely not my best work.

On another note...I'm getting very very excited. In four days I fly to Houston! Maybe that's why I had trouble concentrating on the journal quilt above. Come to think of it, I've had trouble concentrating the last couple of days or so. Must be the anticipation.

12 comments:

  1. Could it be anticipation? Why it's not affecting my concentration at all. That's not the reason I can't focus on anything for more than 10 minutes! Regardless, it's a cool piece. Are you going to skip next week?

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  2. Gosh Terri, I like this quilt. I do like that color combination. Hey Vicki asks a good question - how are you going to do a journal quilt while we're in Houston - break out the hand sewing supplies!

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  3. I was wondering when you guys were gonna get going, since a lot of bloggers are already on their way.

    Be sure to check out Ami's booth while you're there.

    Have a great time!!!

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  4. Really like this quilt and like the colors too. I bet you are getting excited. You and Sue will have to do lots of blogging about the expereince for those of us sitting at home...and whining....!

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  5. I love the composition of the quilt a lot. I also like the quote. Hope you have a great time in Houston. Don't spend too much money!!!!

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  6. Maybe you could not concentrate, but this is a lovely piece!
    Enjoy yourself in Houston, and think of all your fellows who stay abroad... (just kidding)

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  7. I love how you played with darks and lights in this and the quilting is lovely.

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  8. Wonderful combination of dark an light and I think your free motion is well done.

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  9. I love the colours of this piece. Very attractive.

    I am not surprised you are getting excited. I hope the trip to Houston goes well and can't wait to read all about it.

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  10. It's lovely. I like the colours, very soft.
    Have a great time in Houston!

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  11. I haven't had a lot of time to poke around your blog. I love the journal quilts. The use of color, shape, line and texture is so fun.

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  12. This is a stunning piece of work! I love seeing what you do with fabric... Very inspirational!

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