Last Saturday was the meeting where those (belonging to the long arm group called *S.E.A.M.S.), who had taken up the challenge to complete a wall quilt that will become part of a small grouping available to be shown at various quilt shows/events in the coming months, showed their creativity. There will be a total of 14 or 15 that will present how one common piecing can have such a variety of quilting interpretations. My previous posts gave the progress of my version. Now, for some photos of the others. Note: to enlarge, for detail, ‘click’ on the individual photo. …………. Yes, a few had a different background color to work with! I believe there is one more to come in that I have not photographed. So, that’s the “rest of the story” for this challenge. Some were totally hand-guided, others were “program” stitched (using computer software) , stitch regulated or not but all stitched on a frame-mounted long-arm quilting machine (many brands represented)….except, that is, for mine which was done on a Handi Quilter Sweet 16 sit-down machine. Fascinating results.
“Sharing” time followed but that will be a “Part 2” post tomorrow……….
*S.E.A.M.S.=SouthEast Area Machine Stitchers