A clever and decorative way to keep your sewing pins at the ready! Also great for office use, to hold paperclips or anything magnetic. This small porcelain bowl has a rare earth magnet epoxied to the base and a non slip cover.
Colors available are Cobalt Blue, Lemongrass, Turquoise and Poppy
Jeanell Murphree is a familiar name because she's one of our machine quilters, but she's also a quiltmaker herself. I wanted to put New Zealand Blue up because it's so beautiful, but especially because it's an example of the Blink tactic,
the use of strong contrasts for sometimes optical effects. Blink is mostly a value tactic, very dark shade against very light shade; but it can also be a color tactic, as in these blocks:
Starting in January, I’m going to be making some posts about the tactics, rather than just the quilts.
Scot’s beautiful Ursa Incognita didn’t win the Hand Quilting prize in the Blogger’s Festival (hate the placement of that apostrophe), but at least the one that did win was pretty nifty:
Simple 8-panel skirt with options for a flounce or gores. Straight front waistband and elasticized back for comfort. The skirt can fit on the waist or below the waist (low rise) depending on how you adjust the elastic. Cut alternate panels on the bias for a fun look! FINISHED LENGTH: Panel/Gored skirt– 25” Flounced Skirt—28”