Monday, November 12, 2007

Getting knee-deep AGAIN!


"Lazygal" Tonya is holding another class, her "Winter Class", and is willing to provide her quilting expertise, love, and advice(including lots of hand-holding), for free. WOO-HOO!
I've gotten a great idea using her tutorial for free-pieced letters, come on over and take a look!!

10 comments:

Sheri said...

Your neutral quilt is very nice. I think the small peices of pink and yellow here and there add so much.
Sheri

andsewitis Holly said...

"noel"? It's looking great!

Erika said...

I love it!

Norma said...

You have been busy! I want to do some of these letters someday.......but I have a feeling that mine will be wonkie just because I am the one making them! Yours are perfect because you have a clue as to what you are doing! Love the idea for the names of the towns, makes it so personal. Keep us up to date on your progress.

atet said...

Love, love, love those letters -- I want to play!!! (but, honestly, I need another project on my plate like I need a hole in my head -- someday!)

Christine Thresh said...

I like those letters. Keep posting progress pictures. I want to see how it goes.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Well done, I want more than anything to learn to do this too. Well done. Tonya is great!!

Finn said...

Hi Fitzy, sorry to have confused you further than normal...LOL. I did indeed, link you to the wrong blog...senior moment I guess *G*
The correct link is http://msjanquilts.blogspot.com/ and then scroll down to the Nov. 7th post..."What's on my bed".
I've fixed the link, thanks for giving me the 'heads up' on that one!
Love your letters, glad to hear you have joined the free winter class. Big hugs, Finn

Marcie said...

How fun for you to be taking that Tonya class! I am watching all from afar! Your log cabin is turning out lovely!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

The little drummer boy is such a fantastic idea, made even better with the words!