I had a lot of fun, more than I should, working on the Face Your Fear Project. It's finished with a sleeve and ready to move out. I'll put a label on it before the moving day. This is my Jan. OMG as posted in here.
|Face Your Fear - front 12.5" x 24"|
|Face Your Fear - back|
Wow, this is amazing! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
This came out so nice, even though I hate snakes. Hope it will e appreciated.ReplyDelete
Hi Margo! Yes, that would be one of my fears, too. And what a nice piece this turned into - I just LOVE how you quilted it. Thank you, also, for linking up this week. ~smile~ RoseanneReplyDelete
I don't mind snakes, as some people do, but either way this is a great quilt.ReplyDelete
you reinforced the sense of fear with the topsy turvy background and choosing a rattle snake vs. garter snake. Well done!ReplyDelete
From reading your other posts about this little quilt, just because you've faced your fear doesn't mean you plan to live with it! It's a great design and hopefully the recipient will appreciate it.ReplyDelete
The quilting is wonderful, love the sinuous lines, matching the "thing" ;)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
Your quilt is beautiful (terrifying?) both on the front and the back. Amazing job!ReplyDelete
Beautiful piece. Your quilting enhances the snake.ReplyDelete
Great result! Has making this helped assuage your fear?ReplyDelete
Interesting concept for a quilt! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish!ReplyDelete
That is definitely one of my fears. Congratulations on your finish.ReplyDelete