nif-ty; adjective (ti-er, ti-est) informal, fashionable, stylish: a nifty quilt!
WOW!! I LOVE this!! This is such a magical forest!
Do you have to glue all the way to the edge of the scrap? Just wondering how it will hold down when stitching. Very inspiring idea!
HOLA, COMO STAS? TUS TRABAJOS SON HERMOSO, TE FELICITO, QUE DIOS BENDIGA TU CREATIVIDAD.. AHORA TE SIGO, VISITAME TAMBIÉN, SIEMPRE SERAS BIENVENIDA.. ANÍMATE.. BESOS, ABRAZOS Y BENDICIONES. ZHOBEYD@....
Oh, now that does look like a fun project! hugs, Julierose
Way too much fun!!! Love your colors and your composition!
Truly fun! No fuss, just total creative magic!
So inspiring..I love it!
are you using regular glue stick or one for fabric? does it gum up the needle?this is fabulous -- fun and lively and colourful.
Oh this looks like so much fun! Let us know how the quilting goes and what you thought of the entire process start to finish. Great colors and movement...too cool!Happy Sewing
Oh, this brings happiness to my morning. Love it.
Oh so fun LeeAnn!
It is like a wonderland or the big rock candy mountain . Love it. Love it
So energetic and sparkly! Very fun looking. The mix of fabrics is just perfect!
What beautiful fun colors.
Yep, you found your groove! So fun!!
That looks like so much fun!A glue stick you say?
Great composition and colours! Looks lovely. I am going to try this technique.
Fabulous forest!!When you get to the "sewing down" phase, please share process photos!
This looks fabulous - what fun!
having wine and catching up with my favorite blogs? ha ha just kiddinglooks really really fun -
I love what you've done! Great colors and free-form spirit. It will be fun to see where you take this technique next.
That does look like so much fun! I love your scraps. Those polka dots are so cheerful!
Very delicious! I want to try this too!
I second Julie! Please do go into detail about the sewing down. I was really excited to see this post because it's the most informative post I've seen about Freddy Moran's collage technique. It looks like the pieces are glued down but not to the edge, just enough to secure them temporarily for a few days or weeks. But when I try to enlarge photos of Freddy's quilts, I can't see the detail of how the quilting is done. It doesn't look like the edges are raw, as in raw edge applique. But are they top-stitched with a quarter-inch seam allowance around the edges? Machine blanket-stitched? Are seam allowances turned down and whip-stitched?The suspense is killing me! Please tell us about the next step! I really do wish Freddy would give a workshop in Texas, but it appears that she stays on the West Coast. :( Thanks for posting this! --Glenda
I absolutely love your collage!For some reason, Blogger won't let me comment here. Here's to the charm of third time.)
Absolutely FREAKIN Gorgeous! I LOVE it!
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