I found the camera cord. It wasn't eaten after all. This is the photo I had taken of the stack and whack quilt I finished the other day. I couldn't check how the image would look on the 'puter 'cos I didn't have the camera cord. Now I have the camera cord the image is blah and I no longer have the quilt . It is on loan to a fabric shop in Palmerston North, with some others of mine and a couple of my friends, to display during Symposium.
This is the same photo rotated. Which way do you think the quilt should hang? I can't decide which looks better.
Now that I have looked at the blurry photo for a while I have decided that a blurry image is good for seeing the rotational effect of each block. I'm not sure if I love this quilt or not. I swapped the fabric with someone else because they liked my fabric better and I didn't particularly like what I had. Still, it was fun making it. When I get it back I will take another photo to show the quilting. I have decided I need to put heaps more quilting into my quilts. Now I have my trusty old Singer set up with a good darning foot I am finding this easier to achieve. marking is a real pain though. What do others do? Totally freehand? Mark the whole quilt? What do you use to mark? Let me know your secrets.