I have been trying to declutter my sewing studio. When I was still working, I would buy things, with the idea that when I retire, I will have less income. So I am trying to get things arranged so that I can easily find them. I am going through my stash, trying to get it better arranged so that I can find fabric that I need!
In the process, I found a couple of projects that just needed a little bit of work to go into the finished pile. This little quilt started in a Nancy Prince thread painting class that I took at Indiana Heritage Quilt Show several years ago. It was a very fun class. Nancy is not only a great teacher, but one of her quilts won Best of Show at the 2014 International Quilt Festival at Houston! All this one needed was to be bound. I used a single thickness binding.
After learning the thread painting technique, I was looking for another project. My nephew Logan is an artist, and had drawn this dogwood branch. I took it and recreated it in thread. It was needing to be quilted and bound.
There are still a number of UFOs in that pile...a quilter's work is never done!