It’s Friday and the first day of Autumn. We’re closing in on my favorite time of year. True Fall-like weather doesn’t actually arrive here until late October or thereabouts, but we’re enjoying a cool weather period for the moment. Stinka and I are so relieved. Anyway…I finished up the second Boho Medallion top. This one is the smaller size–the one that prints on letter sized paper. It’s all ready to baste and start quilting. Before I can proceed though, I need to sew up a quilt and some lifestyle projects in Jane’s new collection. Busy days ahead.
Oh! Nearly forgot tell you. I sampled the digital printing process for this Boho Medallion pattern. I tried Spoonflower and MyFabricDesigns. The MyFabricDesigns piece was far superior. The feeling of the basic cotton is much nicer and the printing was precise. Spoonflower….not so much. It’s quite possible the Spoonflower piece was a fluke of poor printing. Still, I prefer the MyFabricDesigns outcome.
These templates are for the originally sized medallion and are intended for use as permanent foundation pieces. As soon as the pattern is finalized, I’ll release this design to the public and you’ll be able to order your own yard directly from MyFabricDesigns. More on that later.
Have a fantastic weekend!