Coexist

Between one project and another, Alexia has finished her little wall hanging. This little piece has been important in her quilting experience because it has involved learning new techniques. To begin, the background fabric was one of the pieces she prepared with tie dyeing. She added a few tiny scraps of fabric and ribbon in a variation of one of my methods for fabric collage. And then she free motion quilted it all by herself. She’s an old pro at appliqué, so that doesn’t count. 🙂 All I helped her with on this piece was the binding – that might just be on our list for next summer! Anyway, I think she did a fantastic job. More importantly, she’s so pleased with her project!

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  1. Irene Pratdesaba
    Posted July 31, 2010 at 6:23 pm | Permalink

    Since her Enchanted forest quilt, with that beautiful unicorn I loved, I admire Alexia’s talent, she’s so smart! Now I have to give her again my warm congrats, her job is really… Amazing! And the meaning of all that symbols together! Thank you Alexia, for giving us a sight of your hope for a better human living. Yes, we all co-exist together, no matter religions or the color of our skin, we all are God’s creatures. Blessings to you!

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