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Old 07-04-2015, 04:24 PM   #26
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I might have hit it lucky!!!

My MIL's friend searched her at-home stash and has something that might work. MIL is bringing it up to the house this evening so I'll get to see it. If it's in the ballpark, I'll take a pic and post it.

Everyone keep their fingers and toes crossed!
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You have a TAIL?!?

Next up -- jays!
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Okay, I have the fabric.

CONS: it's a fairly thin cheap poly that has some stiffening - sizing/starch - on it. But that can probably be washed out.

I think the black is a little too wide. But you could probably do a reverse pleat and iron it into place to narrow the field of black.

PROS:

It's black with a white stripe.

It's free.





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OK. PM coming with address.
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Bluejay. The second pic is the fabric that was used (as much as I could squish onto the scanner, at least!)

That's odd. Can't get the fabric picture to upload. It says "Your submission could not be processed because a security token was missing." I didn't do anything different with this than with the other one.
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I wish I had one percent of your talent.
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OMG, I love it! The turquoise in the feathers -- stunning!
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The shading almost makes it look like stained glass.
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Gorgeous....as are the others.

Thank you so much for the work and the sharing..
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Stellar's Jay. The bird fabrics are some of my hand-dyes, 3 shades of royal blue mixed with black, a little more in each piece. The background is a commercial hand-dye.
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I have some quilt questions for you... non-quilter, so they're pretty basic.

Each little scrap of different fabric - that all has to be stitched together, right? Machine or by hand?

Do you have to assemble via stitching the panel THEN stitch through the batting & backing fabric when you're done?

Are these panels going to be beside each other or will a border or frame of sorts, separate the panels & form an outside border?

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ETA: That's a stunning jay - you've managed to get in so many subtle shades & that really brings it to life.
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I have some quilt questions for you... non-quilter, so they're pretty basic.

Each little scrap of different fabric - that all has to be stitched together, right? Machine or by hand?

Are these panels going to be beside each other or will a border or frame of sorts, separate the panels & form an outside border?

Do you have to assemble via stitching the panel THEN stitch through the batting & backing fabric when you're done?
I've rearranged Sue's questions so as to answer them in chronological order.

The technique that I'm using for this one is called foundation piecing or paper piecing. The pieces are stitched to a foundation pattern that in this case is printed on paper. (There is a variant that is stitched onto muslin, but it's not suitable for these complex patterns.) There is a video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xv2gKMx9CCM that explains how it is done. Each of these patterns is divided into sections, anywhere from 5 to 14. Each section is further divided into pieces, between 3 and 17 depending on the pattern. The larger pieces of the pattern I trace and cut templates to use to cut the fabric, so that I can get them exactly the size I need with no waste. Smaller bits are pieced with strips, which are cut off as needed. And some of them ARE very small bits, much tinier than you could do with standard piecing. Some of them on the bluejay finish as only about 1/16th of an inch by 1/8 of an inch. (1.5mm by 3mm, for you metric folks.)

Let's look at the Catbird pattern that I made earlier. The first picture shows the pattern divided into sections. The quilting software does this automatically (if I haven't messed it up! )

The second is looking at section H, because it has a number of pieces but none of them are too tiny to number at this scale. Pieces 1 and 6 would be precut, the rest done with strips. The sewing is done by machine. With simple patterns this could be done by hand, but there are too many tiny pieces that add up to several layers of fabric and by hand would be difficult to do. I rarely sew by hand, and only for a different technique called applique.

After the section is done, then they're sewed together. C & D, B & H, E & F. Then BH to CD, and G to EF. And so on. Yes, section A is just one piece.

The paper foundations are picked off, the block is pressed, and then trimmed to size.

From here I could go one of two ways. The different blocks will be separated by sashing, probably black or dark blue, since I have that already, and there will be multiple outer borders, two plain and one pieced. The third picture is a sample of what it might look like. I could sew the blocks all together to make a larger top, then make a "quilt sandwich" with top, batting, and backing and quilt it together. That's my usual process. But that's not really what I want to do in the heat of the summer, since that involves having at least part of it supported on my lap. This one will be done as a "quilt as you go" project; Catbird is embroidering our names on sections for the back, and the birds' eyes. When I have a finished block and back, I'll quilt it as is, and later fasten everything together when the weather cools down.

Does this help?
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Stellar's Jay. The bird fabrics are some of my hand-dyes, 3 shades of royal blue mixed with black, a little more in each piece. The background is a commercial hand-dye.

When I lived east of Seattle there was a jay that would stand on the roof above the sliding door to my bedroom and pound his beak on the rain gutter to wake me up and bring him sunflower seeds. He would also mimic the sound of a bald eagle to get me outside.

That's beautiful, MA!
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Okay, that goes well beyond craft to the realm of inspired art. Clearly you need to have technique aced, a killer eye for detail, balance & all that good artistic stuff. You need to always be looking for fabric - for known uses, projected use & that gut feeling that tells you, you MUST obtain a certain fabric... you're not sure why but you have faith in your craft & yourself to know its use will someday make itself clear.

You have to have faith in your own talent, know your own limitations & how to work around them...

Oh boy.

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I agree. I've been watching this thread (was a bit distracted by rl stuff when it started) and I am absolutely in awe of your talent and the beauty of what is being created in front of my eyes.
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Seeing it up close I have realized: it is like stained glass!

Amazing, exquisite, I just don't have enough superlatives for this.

MA, all those superlatives belong to you and your talent.
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What MA does IS art. What I do is paint by numbers.

Sue, paper piecing from a pre-made pattern is actually pretty simple, it just takes some practice. I use an easier form, using freezer paper that the fabric sticks to when ironed. I perforate the lines with an unthreaded sewing machine, and fold the paper back at the perforation so I don't have to pull the paper off. I tried doing it MA's way, but I don't have the manual dexterity to not wreck the block.

Piecing circles and curves is not my thing, I'm definitely more comfortable sewing straight lines.
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Whimper... I think I'll stick to gardening.
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What MA does IS art. What I do is paint by numbers.

Sue, paper piecing from a pre-made pattern is actually pretty simple, it just takes some practice. I use an easier form, using freezer paper that the fabric sticks to when ironed. I perforate the lines with an unthreaded sewing machine, and fold the paper back at the perforation so I don't have to pull the paper off. I tried doing it MA's way, but I don't have the manual dexterity to not wreck the block.

Piecing circles and curves is not my thing, I'm definitely more comfortable sewing straight lines.
Now that sounds more complex than just sewing it straight to the paper!
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Sue, my sewing room features the Great Wall of Boxes. Fabric sorted by color, UFOs, miscellaneous things like yarn. And I have discovered that my favorite color is blue-green of any shade. There is a whole box just of teal and turquoise fabrics. They cry if I leave them behind in the fabric store/quilt show vendor's table, so I HAVE to take them home with me. DH has learned to accept that if I see a fabric that I think may need, it's "Moscow rules shopping." I buy it then, because in 2 or 3 years when I NEED a fabric that looks like pheasant feathers, there won't be any. Most quilt shops only get 1 or 2 bolts of any one fabric, and their suppliers may only offer it for 1 year. So when that bolt is finished, it's DONE. No more pheasant feathers, or whatever.

He hollers especially loudly when I buy backing fabric. "Don't you have ENOUGH fabric already?" Lots, dear, but it's all in quarter-yard pieces. A lap quilt needs at least 1 2/3 yards of fabric for the back. A BIG quilt, like a king size, needs 8 or 9 yards, depending on how wide it is.

This project is an attempt to use only fabrics from my stash. I did buy 1/8yd of that very light gray for the blue jay, but he can't really holler about 37 cents worth of fabric.
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I wasn't going to say anything about the embroidery until I had a finished piece that I could post here. But I don't yet because once I started getting into it, my original ideas have evolved. Sitting here stewing with my cold has given me time to play around with some ideas - which might not be a good thing! But I guess that does qualify them as a work in progress.

Anyways, below is just a basic representation of what I plan to do. BUT, it is still subject to change as I work out the details. The backing fabric is a very light, pale sky blue. Each piece will have that same background - I just didn't bother with including that in this sample). There will be a branch of some sort (probably leafless to cut down on the "busy" factor), with the name of the bird and the member name stitched at different parts of the branch. The colors of the names will be similar to those used by MA in her designs - mostly based on the colors of the birds. So the colors in this sample are only an example - they aren't the actual colors I'll be using.

There will be a few different types of branches and they'll be placed at varying angles so the blocks won't look all the same. But the font will stay the same just to make it easier to read.

I have something else in mind for the memorial blocks but I don't have a graphic done for that yet. When I do, I'll post that. And when I finish a block I'll post a pic here before sending it off to MA for her to do her thing.


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That is well beyond what I assumed you were undertaking - what a fantastic collaboration!

I expect you're finding lots of time in which to browse branches but if you're looking for ideas, try some of the bonsai sites - that might trigger some ideas!
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Thanks Sue, that's an excellent idea!
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