Nancy’s Tree Part 2 Dec 2017

Update 11.50pm Wednesday 6th Dec 2017 Part 2 of Nancy’s Xmas Tree wall art and how to make it for beginners.  Happy sewing every one Cheers Glenda

 

MY day is one mad dash as I try to go faster so I can squeeze some sewing in here and there LOL

3rd day at working on Nancy’s Xmas Tree.  Photo below in the right hand bottom corner you can see where Ive cut in to the fabric for some applique pieces, how am I going to fix this problem?

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First I cut this fabric and added iron on fussing to it.

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Next I added the dark green Thai silk fabric

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So I need 4 triangles to make this work!

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I then added a 1/4 inch black bias strip to either side of the coloured fabrics as a frame and it now looks like its part of the quilt not covering up holes LOL

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Before and

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After!!!!!

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Here I have some more fabric cut out for applique?????  Plus I want to make the top a little higher so I can work my star????

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Added 4inchs extra fabric plus triangle.

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Now we have a a Christmas Tree wall quilt coming alive.

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Looks a bit like a dancing  Lady Tree now LOL  She is called Nancy!

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Monday evening I have been appliqueing more drops down only 9 to go, and I sliced up my star fabric to iron down Nancy’s crown for machine Applique Im having so much fun.

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Tuesday. Daylight photo taken as the sun creeps in to the room, it does show the true colours of the fabric up much nicer than night lights.   Only 5 petals to appliqué down now

I have started to machine applqiue the shapes down it is very slow so will not be done in a day LOL  Will let you know how it goes.  Cheers Glenda

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11 Responses to Nancy’s Tree Part 2 Dec 2017

  1. Gretchen says:

    Great save on the corners. They look like that is how they are supposed to be. Happy stitching today!

  2. Karen says:

    the tree pattern is looking great

  3. Robin says:

    What an amazing save!!! I love the black accent, that really dresses it up. WHEW!

  4. Kyle says:

    A great fix!

  5. Elaine S says:

    Love everything about your tree wall hanging.

    • glenda says:

      Hi Elaine and thanks for visiting and staying long enough to write. I’ve had soooo much fun designing and making this wall art quilt. If I’m lucky enough I will get it finished before Christmas. Cheers Glenda

  6. Plum Cox says:

    I love your ingenious fix for the background – and it makes the piece look more complex and interesting, so it’s a double win! Beautiful work!

  7. Maggie says:

    Dear Glenda

    What a funky Christmas tree. Love those vibrant colours. Special fabrics deserve a special project. Trying to get everything done, practically impossible, but we try.

    • glenda says:

      Hope you catch that plane Maggie??? Just incase you fly our before I chat again I know it will be a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. Hugs Glenda

  8. Nancy Paris says:

    Love Glenda what you did to the corners. It really adds to the layout of your quilt. This is really lovely. Glad you are having so much fun.

    • glenda says:

      Thanks Nancy for dropping in I’m sure having fun making your beautiful Baltic fabrics up in to your name-sake quilt. Amayzing how often problems when solved add to a quilt LOL. Hopefully I will find some time tomorrow to finish the machine appliqué. Hugs.

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