Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Playing catch up and pattern for Organized Chaos

I am not even sure where I had left off. Almost three months after coming back from India, I have started sewing and I can say, that is a clear sign of being settling down. 


Greater Ann Arbor Quilt Guild asked if I could send them the samples for my upcoming workshops in July. Since I needed the original quilt for couple of presentations and workshops between now and July, I decided to make a new sample.

I pulled first box of fabrics out and it happened to be full of red and orange fabrics and so began the Marigold quilt. Needless to say, I got a bit carried away. There was no way I was going to finish another large quilt in time so I make a smaller sample and sent it it.

While I was working on the sample, I decided to make a smaller version of Rail Fence quilt too.. Just in case, I need another sample!


Yes, that's a shower curtain as a temporary design wall. These days, anything goes as long as I can continue working.


Gwen's baskets are in the making on the side too. I will come back with this post later because it deserves a post by itself.

Meanwhile there is a lot of work, social/family events and just plain old goofing around going on.
I presented at Stitch Modern event back in April, hosted by East Bay Modern Quilt Guild.
I also visited Baltimore Modern Quilt Guild and Baltimore Heritage quilt guild early in May. It was the best time I had on the east coast since I moved out.

I am looking forward to everyone's finished projects from both of those workshops.

Amy showed her finished Hourglass Twist quilt she made at my MAQ 2015workshop in Maryland.


Here are some pictures of wild life my backyard.





 

Oh and back to quilting for a very important news!
You can order Organized Chaos quilt pattern from my etsy shop.  Click on the link below.



It sure feels like I am back to sewing whenever time permits. I will be at Santa Clara Quilt guild in June and at Sisters, Orgeon and Ann Arbor, MI in July. I hope to see some of you there! 

Have a great week!
Sujata

9 comments:

  1. Good to see you are sewing again. Your backyard must be lovely to attract all those lovely birds!

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  2. Lovely quilts all! Sounds like you are and will be very busy hugs, Julierose

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  3. Your new Marigold quilt is wonderful Sujata! It looks like your presentations have been a lot of fun for everyone!

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  4. It's so fun to see your students' projects! Each one is beautiful. I hope your next two months are fun and inspiring. Love those Gwen baskets!

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  5. Good to see this post from you! Obviously back into quilting mode and I love your Marigold quilt. I am presently working on a kaleidoscope quilt,Organised Chaos is a favourite of mine and I'm currently sewing a kaleidoscope quilt as one of my many ongoing projects. Also taking part in the Gwennie Medallion.

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  6. Beautiful colors - and SO good to find you posting again. Organized Chaos is on my list of projects for 2017-2018. Gwen's baskets - holding my breath (not really, but looking forward to that post).

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  7. Really enjoyed seeing your work and your students work ~ very inspiring. Looks like the hawk/eagle has caught something?

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  8. So good to read that you are having such a wonderful time on the west coast and now back to making as well. Such energy you have inspires me to keep going.
    xoxo

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  9. I know I'm late to visit this blog post but gosh it's wonderful to your beautiful quilts and see how you're inspiring others. That last line of all the places you'll be in July - wow!! It looks as though youre busy but in a fun, exciting way.

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