Friday, January 02, 2009

Brenda's Sampler Quilt

I finally finished this one. It was interrupted by the roof leak in the studio. The blocks are 24 inches. I used some Helen Squires stencils and the new Bohin white lead pencil. I love this pencil, the lead does not break or crumble. It has an eraser which removes the marks. I sprayed the marks then wiped with a piece of muslin and most of the marks came off. This is my new favorite marker on dark fabric. I got it at Suzanne Earley's shop . I used Quilter's Dream deluxe cotton batting.







2 comments:

JEANNE said...

great job Linda. I love the quilting. BTW it took 10 shots to get that one picture of the 7 grandchildren. LOL Jeanne

magikquilter said...

what a wonderful quilt...
really well done

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