|Woven quilt background ... ready for a center applique.|
To hold the fused fabrics in place, I'll zig zag stitch along the wavy grid lines, maybe with a black thread or maybe with a green and purple metallic. More decisions!
Once I pressed/fused the woven fabrics to batting, I switched to another new project. Since I've enjoyed twisters so much, I thought I'd use halloween fabrics for a large twister quilt. I cut the 10" squares today using the Shape Cut ruler in the photo. It's an easy way to cut squares quickly. Those teardrop shapes near each half inch allow your rotary cutter to slide in place and make the cut along the slit in the ruler.
|Start of a new Twister quilt.|
This means that next week will be consumed with all the last minute finishing touches on the house. I'll probably spend most of my time there until the move. The builder thinks he's finished with the inside, but there's paint missing in places and there's paint on the new hardwoods that needs to be removed. A few other things need his attention too. Overall, it's looking like a home instead of a construction zone. I feel like a kid waiting for Christmas!
Enjoy your day!