Sherry Rogers-Harrison is so smart.
She has a totally neat-o technique for people who don't have the time or the inclination to piece, but who want to have intricately detailed quilted items to display in their homes. Go to her web site http://www.sewfarsewgood.org/ and scroll down to look at examples of her work. Talk about cool! It combines coloring, which we all loved in elementary school, with quilting, which we all love now. It's the best of both worlds. (it helps that she has an amazingly brilliant sense of color)
She's been showing off her work on Facebook lately, and it's all I can do to not drool on my keyboard.
Snippets from my Ask-The Expert column in MQU
- Applying Binding With Your Longarm or Midarm Machine
- Properly Loading Your Quilt
- Using Specialty Threads
- Tensioning the Quilt
- Blocking A Quilt
- Straightening Your Leaders
- Turning The Quilt When Quilting Borders
- Preventing Hourglassing
- Help! My Thread Is Breaking!
- The Importance of Stabilization
- Updating Your Clamps