Now to blanket stitch it in position. Might as well have both.
Saturday, April 30, 2016
I somehow got carried away catching up with what I thought was quilts lacking labels- so promptly made one for this, fused it on, and lo and behold it already had a label of a different kind in the opposite corner.
Friday, April 29, 2016
Tonight I have been spending some time catching up on some quilt labels (for some of my old old
I often add an applique figure which has been represented on the quilt top, sometimes printing my text with micron pig a pens.
Tonight I have used ink jet printables. With this method, I type my design details on the computer and print them out. I like to use the 6x4" labels as they are the perfect size for one label. You could use the A4 labels but I would suggest preparing at least 4 labels to make it an economical use of that size. I find the labels are a little stiff, which makes for slow stitching on to your quilt back, so I have added a little fabric border. I used some fusible web (to make the label a little more difficult should anyone want to remove it) but didn't quite go to the edges to make it easier to sew on. The birders have been pressed in half after being added thereby having a fold on the outer edge. I have used blanket stitch with DMC but quilting thread with a slip stitch could also be used.
Sadly I couldn't remember who quilted the two quilts pictured, but generally like to include that information too.
Contrary to quite a few rumours which have reached my ears, we are still open.
These rumors happened a few years ago too, so it is quite disconcerting.
Of course the large workmen's shed doesn't help you to find the shop
if you are coming from Eaglehawk/Kerang/Swan Hill direction.
My sign on the fascia was missing for a few days this week as well whilst repairs were being made to the verandah.
I urge my FB friends to like and share my post on FB to dispel these rumours.
Fortunately the Marilyn exhibition in View St has been a bonus during this time of rumors.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Cost $25.30 plus p&h
Learn all the tricks for color wash painting from Libby Richardson with this great aid.
This will definitely enhance your stitcheries.