Sunday, September 21, 2008 style

I've been stitching on a traditional crazy quilt.
My stitching is not traditional.
The photo is just a 3" preview of it, when done it should be about 10" x 12 or 14".
I just put the pieces on and stitch them down, many raw edges like I do the collages,
but with the fancy fabrics this time. Just not fancy seam treatment.
I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend.


Linda said...

Trying to catch up on some of my blog reading. I still love your stuff! Don't be bored. I got electricity back last Wed...but most of my friends are still without...since Ike hit us. Each day gets better. I will be back.

Gail said...

Crazy quilting is my favorite. Are you going to make enough of these to put together for a bed size quilt? This is really beautiful.
How is Annie doing, I never get tired of seeing her cute face.

One Crabapple said...

I likey

(not awake yet to use my big people words)

Bethel of Bethania said...

Cat, this is looking great - you have such a way with your stitches - like you just 'know' what goes where - I do so admire this quality you have. Can't wait for the big unveiling ... OOroo ... Bethel

Shopgirl said...

This looks like so much fun, I do admire your hand work. I must start quilting give me those kind of time!
Have a wonderful fall!
Hugs, Mary

Jacky said...

Love this crazy quilting and cant wait to see more of this wonderful new quilt.

Check our the blog of Spiritcloth...I think you will love her (I know I do).

Hi to Annie, how is she doing?

Jacky xox

Library Gal Quilts said...

Hi Cat
I really like this project! Fancy fabrics can be so immediately gratifying! You pick the best colors and your stitching is just beautiful too!

Judy S. said...

Looks like you're having fun, Cat! I enjoy looking at your creations.

3rdEyeMuse said...

you make it look so easy ... I tried sewing a simple pouch this evening and it looks a bit sad ... I'm fairly certain 1st graders would have done a much better job ... ah well. practice, I suppose. :)

did I mention that I'm seriously liking the free style stitching? I am. a lot.

Allison Ann Aller said...

This is a fine departure! Traditional CQ can seem formulaic so it is good to mix things up sometimes. Your overall use of textured stitching is great intuitive, too.

Susan said...

Very pretty. Hope to see the whole thing soon. I love the straight stitches that are scattered. I'm thinking of doing some of that in SRE on a block. . . soon.