Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Abilene Cow

I have been hoarding my collection of Eclectic Elements by Jim Holtz 
we came home from Houston in November.

Then I saw this cow....

Laura Heine of Fibreworks in Montana

It's great when you are inspired to 'get to a project'!!

I sliced and diced up my FQ's and arranged in color palette

For the backing, I used fusible interfacing with the glue up.

I figured that way I had double the fusion,
 with the wonder under and fusible when pressing it all together

If and when I do this one again....

I would pay more attention to direction of my fabric
 cut it so the lines run the length of my strips

It was all a matter of shading...
(not to say I got it right)

A design wall probably would have been better than a floor...

But before you know it...Old Abilene was coming together

I had a piece of Tim's Wide back leftover which was just the right size

I knew I wanted to try straight line quilting.

Not sure why as 'straight' and I don't belong in the same sentence.

The only thing missing is our brand!!


in a Speckled Park version!!



  1. I really like this! Great job.

  2. That looks great. I bought the pattern at the Creativ Festival West this year. Still overwhelmed by it.

    1. You can do it! Just one step at a time! Pace yourself and before you know it....you'll wonder why you waited!

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    1. Thanks! I think I need to do another but better!


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