Clam Flowers has become a bit of an obsession for me of late. It's getting done a lot faster than I thought it would and I can't wait to keep working on it!
Here's a link to Part One.
This is the back of layer three. You can see that I am using a variety of sizes of blanket stitching. I have come to using this because I think it adds a bit more variety to my blocks.
Here's the front of layer three.
This piece of green fabric at the bottom of the stem was giving me a few problems because I couldn't decide which thread to stitch it in.
I ended up picking a neutral green thread so it wouldn't stand out a lot (the right most spool above).
I hope you get to quilt today!
Just love your designs. What kind of interfacing do you use for stablizing you stitching?ReplyDelete
Suzy these clam flowers are stunning, when I saw them on Esrher's blog they jumped right out at me a drew me in to your site and then I realised who you were! I DO love your quilt book and have enjoyed so many lovely quilts that have been made from it. Off to trying and do some sewing while my wee DGD 4 has a sleep I'm baby sitting to day and we have been sewing a little on aReplyDelete
quilt she wants Cheers Glenda
It is so beautiful! thank you for bringing us along on the adventure!ReplyDelete
Absolutely lovely applique!ReplyDelete