One of my favorite things was this pair of bags made from recycled grocery bags and packaging plastic. Gerda found the directions in a
Using the wool setting on the iron, press until the layers fuse together. They will shrink some. She said different types of plastic shrink at different rates. Then cut and sew as you would fabric.
This is a dramatic one-block-wonder quilt by friend Elayne.
And this is a great little piece by Nancy. She's in another art quilt group and they experimented with glue resist dyeing.
Our guest speaker was Sally Schneider. She had some wonderful scrap quilts. I really like this one made with Civil War repros.
And this one is called "Skyrocket." I believe I might have to make this one with my 30's stash. She borrows from the Burgoyne Surrounded pattern (one of my favorites) for the sashing. Great idea.
Yesterday I went to my art quilt group meeting. Sally showed these fun and fanciful monster blocks that she is doing. I believe they are part of a BOM series.
I'm still working on pulling out yard sale stuff. Maybe I'll have a chance to get back to the sewing this weekend.
I switched to the new version of blogger editor and it messed up all my spacing, so I went back to the old editor. Anyone have any suggestions? I surely was looking forward to placing pictures in where I wanted them rather than at the top of the post.