Wednesday, March 3, 2010

February Bead Journal Project and other stuff

Here is my February page.  After ripping it out two times, and figuring out what I liked and did not like I came up with this.  I love the the color combonation. There are elements that I like and there are elements that I really like. 
So (or I can say sew)  last weekend I went to the Sew Expo at the Puyallup Fairgounds with my Mom.  Believe it or not I did not buy any fabric there.  The fabric pictured is from a store we visited in Puyallup.   Franc's daughter requested a quilt for her birthday.  This is the fabric I have choosen for it.

I did buy one pound of Czech buttons, a strand of FW pearls and some mother of pearl cabs at the show.  We went to Quality Sewing (it was next door to the fabric shop) and I got some more bobbins and a 1/4 inch foot with a guide for my machine.

7 comments:

Carol said...

Yes that color combo is so beautiful. and, may I add that you did Christina's inspiring bracelet proud. She will definitely think so.

bubbygigi said...

The fabrics you chose for the quilt will make a very exciting quilt. You might have to choose some solids so that all of the prints are not fighting for attention. I do love what you chose. Good luck with this project. Gita

Jennifer Baker said...

thanks for the comments. I do need more fabric for the quilt. It called for 21 different fat 1/8ths and i got 9 fat quarters. So i need more. Some solids sound like a good idea.

Robin said...

Your BJP makes me feel calm and breathe deeply... I guess it's the color of blue you've chosen plus the symetrical design. Also, you did such a good job technically!

I'm lovin' the quilt fabrics you bought!!! I've got a red-black-white 1930's reproduction fabrics quilt on the back burner at my house! I look forward to seeing yours finished!

Robin A.

Magpie Sue said...

I'm so out of it I didn't even realized Sew Expo had come and gone already! (I couldn't have gone anyway.)

Love your Feb. BJP. It's very soothing and elegant. Just beautifully done!

Barb said...

Oh, the colors were exquisite! I found your piece so very serene. Lovely work!

Marty S said...

I love the colors and the symmetry. It was interesting to look at your earlier post and see how you started.
Marty S
Crackpot Beader