Monday, November 15, 2010

Design Wall Monday, November 15

On my design wall this morning is the first official "project" in Quilter's Academy.


This is the middle section of a sampler quilt that will be completed as I work through the books.

Every step was very precise and when I measured it, it was EXACTLY 14"...just like it's supposed to be!

What's on your design wall this morning?  Skip on over to Judy's for some more inspiration!

7 comments:

QuiltSwissy said...

Precise? My quilts are NEVER precise. The old saying in our guild is if a person on horseback a mile away can't see the mistake, it is perfectly fine.

glen

sophie said...

There's a Dalai Llama quote about learning the rules so you can break them properly ... and I think it's great that you are learning the discipline of quilting precisely.

... and while I have your attention, it looks like your hotmail account has been hacked--I received some very unlikely-actually-from-you mail last night.

Kathie said...

my quilts are never that precise. I try really hard when it is for a swap but for me, somehow I make it work.

Chris said...

Great work. I don't know that I ever have perfect seams but they work (except for the #%*^%# Green Stars) LOL

Denise :) said...

Tamera, very nice! As much as I struggle to be precise, I never quite make it. I'll keep trying though! I'll look forward to seeing your work as you progress through this course!

Barb in Mi said...

Well, precise - what does that mean? I just sew and make it fit (and sometimes throw a fit..). I admire your diligence!

Kate said...

I like your center, very graphic. Looks like your first lesson was a success!

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