03 August 2020

Rail fence moving toward completion









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  1. Thats an awfull (do you write it like that???) lot of work.Beautiful

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    1. Yes!! It was an awful lot of work but I think it came out so well!! Then it gets cooler (hottest year on record here), I will do the quilting.

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  2. I have learned a lot from you about working without psychological constraints. But I'm still learning about perseverence and the art of finishing bigger projects. It's "awfully" pretty, really oretty...

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    1. Thank you Penny. Not quilted yet the the hard part is done.

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  4. Meriți toată admirația mea pentru o munca atât de laborioasa, chiar în plina pandemie. Cat de multa energie ai!! Felicitari, va fi un lucru frumos!

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    1. Thank you so much Carmina. It really did translate well from an idea to reality. I will do the actual quilting when the weather turns much cooler so you WILL see it again...finished.

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  5. Beautiful! The colors take my breath away--really lovely. A great example of using a very simple traditional quilt pattern and achieving a wonderful and personal result.

    I hope to take a workshop with you someday if you are still offering them in future summers. I first heard about you last year in the Maine Fiberarts newsletter. I usually stay in Bayside and Belfast in July. This is the first year in over twenty-five years that I haven't been in Maine in the summer. (I live in Boston and am stuck here during the lockdown.)

    Good luck getting some cool weather to quilt the piece. I'm sorry to hear it's so hot in Maine too.

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    1. Deborah, I had more pictures on Instagram and have had inquiries about a workshop. I will be giving a workshop in July 2021. Send me you email address in the contact form below and I will let you know when it will be. I am in Searsport, ME

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