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Aug 31, 2016

Mini Wednesday

I know you can barely make out my tracings but trust me, it's a tree.

Here's a much better image of what I've been working on & I've placed it on muslin. All fabrics are from my stash which seems to grow by leaps and bounds.....sigh!!

I chose a sky fabric & decided on the placement.

I'm now building more background.
I'm attempting to building a sediment mountainous area but not sure of my rocky stop point.
Here I've changed the woodsy area & created a more mountainous appearance 
I also added a small lake.
Tired of thinking about my back drop, I'm onto the bicycle parts. I figured it was easier to do the spokes & build from there.

I think it turned out great & so did Mr. Cowboy.
Working on my non-stick pressing mat makes placing the bike pieces easy.

The bike's all done, now it's time for the final placement.

I've named this one "On The Bike Trail." I roughly measures 20 1/2" by 21 1/2"
I am so happy with the way it turned out. What do you think?











7 comments:

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Such detailed work. Just looking at it makes my hands ache...:) Love, love, love it!

Needled Mom said...

OMGosh!!!! I LOVE it. That is just fabulous.

Gene Black said...

Wow..just Wow!

diane said...

You rock girl. It's wonderful with details and color.

Barb said...

AMAZING!!!

Linda Wulf Koenig said...

Rhonda, this is one cool quilt. I especially love what you did with the rock layers, and the bike is wonderful. Love the water fabric, too.

desertskyquilts said...

I am so impressed with your tree. The whole piece is fabulous, though, and there's not a bit I don't love.

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