Sunday, June 26, 2011

Pyjama Party Sunday

Today, I am joining Marg's Pyjama Party Sunday.

Remember the mess with the pinwheels the other day? My craftiness for the day was spent re-sewing them. Here is the final layout.



Sorry for the bad photo! We have had rain, rain, rain. Every photo I take comes out dark and blurry!

Now comes the big question. How do I quilt this?

I don't really want to take it to be professionally quilted. Although it is, and will be, a favorite of mine, I don't think I need it quilted by someone else. I will save that expense for something I would consider, "Heirloom". Let me know your ideas.

Also, Big and I went to see the movie, "Bad Teacher". It was a funny movie and I enjoyed it very much. If you have a chance, go see it!

Hope you had a wonderful weekend.

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7 comments:

AMW said...

Wow! That's beautiful.... Almost makes me want to try a pinwheel quilt. Almost. I'd most likely quilt in the ditch, but that's my standard go-to quilting in my home machine. But I think it'd look pretty cool on the back! Just my .02 cents... Can't wait to see what you do!

Mistea said...

Do like me some pinwheels and yours are gorgeous - Love those colours.
I just quilted mine on the diagonal both ways keeps the focus on the pin wheels and makes them look like they are spinning.
Enjoy

shirley said...

I have always liked pinwheels. I am not a quilter, so this is beyond me. However it is nice to look a lovely work like this.

Marg said...

I love your pinwheels Cynthia, they look really great all laid out together. I would agree with Tracey and sew on the diagonal about 1/4 inch from the seams, but that's also because I don't like stippling because I'm not very good at it!!!!!!

Shay said...

Your pinwheels look wonderful (I bet you're glad you spent that time unpicking )

Im with Marg and Mistea on the quilting. Simple but effective and wont take anything away from the pinwheels.

quiltfool said...

Hmmm. I think I'd quilt it in the ditch in straight lines, horizontal, vertical and both diagonals. but, then, I'd put something in the white hst's. A small feather or a flower or something to fill them in so the prints would stand out. Just my two cents. Enjoy figuring it out. That can be half the fun. Lane

Dianne said...

It is going to be beautiful, Cynthia.