The Pink Sheet

Woo hoo!! This week I am featured on Gemma’s blog, Pretty Bobbins!  Thanks, Gemma! If you have never visited her blog, please have a look. She makes the loveliest quilts and is just starting her long arm business. I know you will enjoy her colorful little corner of the world. And the art deco inspired quilt she just finished quilting will blow you away!

I have decided that I need to be intentional about making time to practice my feathers. This means I have to be more patient about taking a quilt off the frame when I am done and using the extra batting and backing to practice. I bought a bright pink sheet from the thrift store and I have been tearing a piece off to practice on at the end of every quilt.

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The next set is my next strip. I marked some squares and lines before stitching.

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And that is about all the pink I can handle for one day!

If you are still with me, I am linking up with Kelly at My Quilt Infatuation for Needle and Thread Thursday and Gemma at Pretty Bobbins.

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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12 Responses to The Pink Sheet

  1. I have to try feathers the way you do them, I draw a stem first and hen go up one side then the other. Yours are looking great! Thanks so much for linking up xx

  2. your feathers look fabulous! wow!

    Thanks for sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    🙂 Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

  3. Hi Katy, Coming by from Pretty Bobbins! Your feathers are amazing!

    PS You seem to be a no reply blogger so I want to thank you for your lovely comment!

  4. The Sassy Quilter says:

    Um, your quilting looks amazing and I am so jealous!!! Seriously, really great work:)

  5. kelly says:

    I was all about practice quilting this week too! Though I didn’t tackle feathers and I know I should! thanks for sharing!

  6. katie says:

    lovely work — I aspire to be abel to feather

  7. jayne Willis says:

    Beautiful quilting! Practice pays off! And I love all the pink!

  8. Vera says:

    Your feathers are looking great. I especially like those in squares.

  9. Your feathers are so interesting – it looks like some of them are done up one side and down the other without a stem in the middle. Is that right? Is that one of the techniques you learned in Angela Walter’s class?

  10. Sara says:

    i think your feathers are gorgeous. i really love feathers and i’m hoping to get more practice with them soon.

  11. What a great idea. Practice stitches with leftover batting. One could make a sampler of quilt patterns. Both hand and machine quilters could benefit.

  12. Judy Smith says:

    Those feathers look pretty good to me!
    Judy in MO

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