Tuesday 5 March 2013

Fabric Tuesday

This is the latest thing to emerge from the pile of scraps I have been playing with this week.  It's just a very tiny thing curve-pieced from strings of Klona. I have started keeping everything and these strings are probably 1.5 cm wide at the most. I quilted it with variegated thread and added some beads.


Or pond weed?!

It's been a distraction from making my mind up about quilting Emerald - sometimes you have to do that!  I like these Klona cottons more and more - they have a lovely sheen and the colours are very intense.

PS, Welcome Marjorie, my 100th reader!  I think most gave up long ago, and inevitably someone will get fed up of my wittering (or maybe bored of my latest obsession with blue/green scrappy piecing) and unsubscribe, but I am very grateful!


  1. I like this a lot–it reminds me of a cross section of agate, especially with the sparkly bits.

  2. it's beautiful. I love the beading

  3. Just gorgeous - it does make me think of pond weed, with the beads representing the little trails of bubbles you see.

  4. I really like those colors and I admire you for saving and USING such small scraps!

  5. It's gorgeous C - and the beading is perfect.

  6. It is lovely Catherine, far too nice to be called Pond Weed! The beads are the perfect touch too.

    Congrats on your 100th follower too.

  7. love! (and love your witterings too)

  8. I love the blue and green waves, Klona really do have beautifully strong colours.

  9. This is so lovely Catherine! I like the beading detail. Congratulations on your 100th follower.


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