Sunday, June 22, 2008

Something a Little Different

I wanted to try a new quilting design, and found this site, with lots of new patterns. I thought it was the same as the pajama quilter site, but it's called Fast and Free. I like the way they organize the patterns into families. It seems like a nice way to think about how the design is supposed to work. So I picked one listed as easy and filled up a stack of scratch paper with some practice. The repeat itself is pretty easy, then I had to figure out how to transition from row to row. I had a little trouble reversing the pattern to come back the other way, but I think I've got it down now. I'll have to see how it looks on the whole quilt, but it is really fun to try something new.


Amy said...

I told you, I told you, I told you!!!! It's now 11:42, and I peeked at the quilting site you shared.

You absolutely ROCK! Seriously! This can't be a coincidence! Just last night, I was googling quilting-free-motion patterns, and I came across the DVD's that showed these exact Designs! How AMAZING that you found this awesome site with FREE downloads! It SURE beats paying $24.95! THANKS HUN!

Oh, and....I really don't know which is cuter: Sydney, or the Dresden quilt. That smile on her face is MORE than preious! But the quilt is spectacular! The colors are amazing--perfect for a doll like Sydney!

Enjoy your week at class :0)

And I won't be one bit surprised if that OC doesn't get finished up in the wee-hours of the night

Rhonda said...

Oh I love Patsy Thompson Designs! I visit her site often for inspirations.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

This looks so good...and what a roll you are how many have you finished for the challenge?????

Helen in the UK said...

I've been very pleased with the Patsy Thompson DVDs and the designs they contain. Glad to see you had fun with this one :)

Candace said...

Your quilting looks very good, and the design is very different, I am going to check out the website. I am hoping to try some FMQ soon. Not on my OC though, it is going to be too big, probably on a baby quilt. You do a great job.