Quilty Folk. But see how much cuter her bow ties are than mine? I also need to learn to hand piece ~
When I got home I pin basted it, and marked it with my hera. I guess I should have taken a pix of the hera. Its this plastic thingie with a sharpish edge, that you run down the side of a ruler onto your quilt, to mark your quilting lines. It makes a dent in the fabric. You can kinda see it on the pink bow tie.
Next one I worked on was this little "Americana" type quilt. I had intended to make a star medallion quilt with hourglasses and triangle squares, but something told me to make this instead. I marked this with my chalk roller because I wasn't sure of the spacing of the lines at first, and the chalk rubs off so easily when you need to make a change.
Lastly, I worked on this. About a year or so ago I acquired a tiny bundle of fat eighths of Cocheco Mills prints, and was saving them for some unknown special project. More recently I bought half yard cuts of the Dressing Gowns line, and thought they'd make a pretty good combination so I thought I'd give it a try. Some of them came out sorta blend-y, but I like it. The blocks will finish at four inches. I'm not sure how many more I'll make, or how I will set them, but I want to keep it small.
Here are the leftover triangle squares - the start of another doll quilt!