Tuesday, 22 October 2019


The final challenge for the Waverley Art Quilters was Windows. I had lots of ideas of the various ways to depict windows but as usual time was against me.
I was doing the workshop with Maria Shell and started piecing some little squares that looked just like windows to me. You can see my blog post about it here.

Here is a photo of my starting point.

After I made a few components, I tried to make a composition out of them.

Well, that wasn't working very well! At last I just pieced them together in rows and I was much happier.

Windows by Linda Steele

Speaking of Maria Shell, after she finished teaching in Australia, she went over to New Zealand to teach at their Symposium. While she was there, she visited a quilt exhibition that featured one of my quilts. You can read her post here. I didn't get over to see the exhibition so it was lovely for me to see the photos.

Bye for now,


Mary J Puckett said...

Yes! I noticed your quilt in Maria's post and was happy to see it!

Linda Steele said...

Thank you Mary, it's always great to get noticed!

jude's page said...

I enjoy seeing your progress ideas of these quilts, which are way out of my comfort zone, well done.

Linda Steele said...

Thanks Jude, I know what you mean, they were way out of my comfort zone but once I started I began to enjoy it!!