Wonder what I did with the piece of lace? Here it is featured in this wall hanging. The background is a hand dyed cotton and a batik stripped together in gentle curves. Then I applied the lame moon shapes. Ellen Anne Eddy had a Utube video where she showed that, and I liked the idea of the related shapes and had to try it. Both the backbround and the lame were sitting on the cutting table and seemed perfect for the lace.
I applied velvet leaves and hand stitched stem with the chain stitch. Then the lace was applied. Here is a detail.
So you have JUDY'S LACEY GARDEN named to honor a dear friend who died suddenly and unexpectedly on Sunday. I will miss her so.
A beautiful quilt Sandy and a wonderful tribute to a friend.
Fabulous textures - love the glow of the moons!
Sandy, I'm so sorry you lost your friend. I love that you paid tribute to her this way. This piece is one of my favorites of yours.
I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your friend. This is a lovely quilt.
Thanks for the click to a blow up of your work - it's gorgeous to see it in larger format. What a beautiful tribute to your friend. So sorry about your loss of a good friend.
A beautiful piece and a lovely tribute. Sorry for your loss.
What a beautiful quilt and a great memory of your friend.
Beautiful quilt and a wonderful tribute to a friend!
it's gorgeous Sandy and such a wonderful tribute to Judy.
It must be ages since I paid you a visit Sandy - so glad I did, I'm blown away! The tribute to your friend is just wonderful.
A really beautiul quilt Sandy - a lovely way to remember your friend.
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