Wednesday, 29 April 2015

straight lines


This week I've been doing little bits of various projects, all somewhat near completion.
I enjoyed doing a little bit of straight line quilting using my trusty hera marker:


If you've not used a hera marker before check out my tutorial for cross hatch quilting to see how I use it. 

I love this Lighthearted Text print and those little penguins on the selvedge!

Tonight I'm back to doing some hand quilting, providing me with some much needed relaxation and quilty therapy.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

10 comments:

  1. I love using a hera marker too!

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  2. I am going to have to try and work harder with my marker.
    Thanks for the chance to win. I just got a small order from Green Fairy today.

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  3. i use this tool often and the earlier versions btw make the best nail cleaner lol

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  4. Really cute fabric choices. I am intrigued by this hera marker and will need to give it a try.

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  5. I have on that was given to me. Never new how to use it
    tracinecharest at Gmail dot com

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  6. I've never tried one ... But it looks easier than using my Frixion pen all the time.

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  7. Do you find using the hera marker OK on lap size quilts? I imagine that would be hard going but I kind of want to try it.

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  8. I ran out and bought a hera marker after your tutorial on the cross-hatch quilting! Worked like a dream on the panel that is on the Wizard of Oz quilt I'm currently working on! Now I find myself using it on practically every project in some fashion!

    ~ Jess ~
    Everything Is Coming Up Rosie

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  9. Goona need to check out the hera marker! Also need some fabrc--Yeah Right!

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  10. oh I love my hera marker. It's pretty much my favorite sewing tool after my rotary cutter!

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