Friday, July 18, 2008

Mariners Compass

This is the Mariners Compass, This is Jen's done in Reproduction type fabrics It really is pretty, I am still not sure what I will do mine in maybe 1930's ? what do you think, The other girls are also different.!! I have to start soon.


Lee Kindler said...

Hi, I'm doing a segment called 'my place in cyberspace' on my blog where I interview a random person from cyberspace-kind of like a 'word on the street'that you read in the newspaper. It would be great if you could participate. Here are the questions:

What is the name of your blog?

What is your blog about?

Where in cyberspace have you travelled today?

What is your favourite place in cyberspace?

Can you give readers a link to an important website/article/blog that you think they should read?

Julie said...

I love the example of Mariners compass and I especially like the 1930's style of fabric, do you have any in your stash or does it mean a shopping expedition???

PamelaJ said...
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Bizarre Quilter said...

Hmm... I love the fabrics used in the pictured mariner's compass. A lot of 1930s have a lot of white space in them. You want the points to look really sharp with sharp contrast between them and the background fabric. I would love similar fabrics to the one pictured. What good taste!!

Bizarre Quilter said...

Hi Pamela,

Can you please send me an email?

I can't find how to email you personally.


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