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"He loves orange and science, so I used those inspirations and my own aesthetic to come up with this quilt!" It really works and definitely has a scienc-y vibe. You can find more details on Ann's finish at her blog Sweet Marie Sewing.
Agnes has also been hard at work again this month. First up we have her lovely feather bag.
I received a challenge block from Kata Fáskerti, head of our Modern Group in Budapest. It was a beautiful paper pieced pair of feathers, to celebrate their first, feather-themed group exhibit.I made it into this bag, with fabric from Cotton and Steel and Kraf-Tex accents.
She also completed a baby quilt for a friend's grand baby from some fabrics from the Michael Miller "It's a Boy Thing" line. Isn't it super sweet, and a matching drawstring bag too!!!
Finally, continuing my infatuation with batiks ( Ranette started it, with the luscious Big Pink quilt from last month) this little number - I probably have a square ifrom every piece of batik I could lay my hands on! ( Thank you Elizabeth!)