Monday, June 25, 2012

sewn surfaces

When sewing machines (and their captive operators) converge in one space (of any size), sewn surfaces emerge, multiply, astound.

my space
my space

color, color
color, color

messing around
a little fling by me

by Jessica at A Little Gray
x & + patchwork by A Little Gray

by Jaceycraft
friendship braid by Jaceycraft (on my dear, old Kenmore)

by Holly at Bijou Lovely
triangles by Bijou Lovely

from Modern Quilting
from Modern Quilting by My Sewcial Hour

by me
me again

by Amanda at My Sewcial Hour
color heaven! by Amanda

Surfaces too pretty not to share, right?

As always, the "other" is an endless source of inspiration.  I return home eager to log all the little ideas that must now be pinned down, mulled over, developed or enacted immediately as the case may be. 

I do love new ideas!

22 comments:

  1. Looks like it was a great time! Thanks for sharing. :D

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  2. Oh...sounds like my kind of gathering!!!! Sounds like so much fun!

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  3. I LOVE your pictures! I miss it already :) but I'm loving my baby squeezes!

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  4. That little fling of yours is fantastic! I need to make one of those!!

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  5. Great pictures! Love the colours and different projects in each =D

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  6. Looks like you all had loads of fun :o)

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  7. Looks like lots of fun was had! Good to see your sewing spots are just like any one of us! Thanks, its nice to see lots of work happening! Yes, me too, I love good ideas!

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  8. love your pics! the 'in the process' look is often very satisfying.:)

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    1. I agree. I love the LOOK of sewing as much as sewing itself!

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  9. Love the pictures!! Looks like so much fun!

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  10. Oh, what a weekend! Thank you again, Rachel, for making it happen. I had such a great time! And thank you for sharing your Kenmore. She was very nice to me!

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  11. Love the aerial shots of your scraps. What fun creating you got to be a part of with friends.

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    1. Definitely a treat! I don't have a guild or anything in person, so it's nice to sew in person with like minds.

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  12. How fun, a sewing day with the girls (I'm assuming they were all girls) is always a good time! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. I love your little fling. What a great way to use up some fq's.

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    1. Yes, it would be! Mine is all from scrap because they're 4.5" unfinished, but it would be fun to fussy cut fat quarters this way!

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  14. I had so much fun this weekend! So nice to spend time with you again Rachel! :) Can't wait to see all of your finished quilts now!

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  15. I love "a little fling" by you .... that's just gorgeous. I love the colours.

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    1. Thanks, Lotti. Maybe I should work on it more today =)

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  16. I look forward to seeing how the "little fling" develops :o)

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  17. So much fun!! I loved seeing everything everyone was working on in person...can't wait to see all the finished products now too!

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  18. it was so much fun to see everyone working on their own projects, everything was so beautiful!!

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