Like so many quilters, my stash won't run out before my time ends. This is despite the fact that I haven't purchased commerical fabric in years.....literally probably about 10 years!So, as I ponder what my next project will be, I decided to concentrate solely on utilizing these gorgeous Primrose Gradations fabrics. Before I began dyeing my own fabrics, this company was my favorite source. Unfortunately, back in the early 1990's, most did not have stable dyes. Each and every piece that would be used in any work that would be washed, mainly anything other than an art quilt needed to be treated, rinsed, rinsed, and rinsed some more. Dried and pressing took tons of time for the gradation 8 pack rolls of 6" squares.
After shuffling this pile around for an entire day, I decided the preparation to make the large lap quilt project I had in mind was too daunting (at least for my current mood).
Ha.....this is what I came up with instead....the beginning of a small flower art quilt....which of course didn't put the slightest dent in the pile of fabrics.
Surely the galleries won't say closed forever and even though I already have a stack of unsold work, here I am...making more! Consider visiting my online gallery and bring one to your home (link at top).