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Jul 15, 2013

DWM-BOW

#6 of Gone Fishin is here.
My favorite fabric is the underbelly geometric scrap. I only had a little bit of it so I don't
know the designer.

 
 
 Next, another finish. You remember this little quilt "In These Shoes"
Well I was very busy sewing and binding all weekend.
I used Gene's method of basting: hairspray!!
It worked like a charm. Thank you Gene for that fantastic suggestion. It worked like a charm!
 


Here are a few close-ups. I did tiny meandering throughout the quilt.


I bound the quilt in black.
 
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11 comments:

Fiesta said...

I love the fish Rhonda, you are a natural at making nature scape things.

Gari in AL said...

What a great shoe quilt. You must have been doing that before I found you. My mother, only 5'1", used to wear those spike heels until they so deformed her feet that she had to come down to my very casual level. ;-)

Gill said...

Another great fish Rhonda!
I'm off to check out Gene's hairspray!!!

Podunkpretties said...

Well who would have ever thought of hairspray! Great looking quilt!

Tammy said...

Hair spray..hmmmm any brand in particular? Love fish # 6

krislovesfabric said...

Looks great, love the fish as well as all those shoes :)

Gene Black said...

Yaay! I am so glad to hear that you had success with the hairspray method of basting!

lefuntz said...

Hairspray! Who knew? I love that you tried it out on your shoe quilt. Seems poetic somehow. I love fish # 6!

Sue Daurio said...

Another wonderful fish but seriously those shoes are just too much! Love that one.

Connie said...

Neat fish and your shoe quilt is beautiful!! I saw Gene's tip about hairspray also but haven't tried it yet.

Churn Dash said...

Are the fish patterns available?
The shoes are amazing.

Helen

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