Let’s not even talk about the numbers.
It’s been all crazy quilt, all week, all beads.
I am a slow beader. If I worked with them more often it would go faster, but it’s never been my thing. I don’t dislike beading, but I don’t love it either.
The beads on the right intrigued me. Out of the package they look a lot less pink. They are actually pink in the middle and blue on the outside. Whether or not I will be able to work them into this project remains to be seen.
Either way, it would be interesting to design a small quilt around those beads. That would be new ground for me. They might also work well on Open Dialogue.
The tube has more than enough beads for all three.
Fabric In: 2 yards
Fabric Out: 1.25 yards
Net Fabric In: .75 yards
How did you do this week?
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I bought more than I used. 😦 But it was fun! https://melsquiltingblog.blogspot.com/2021/04/stash-report-17.html
I’m giving some thought to using beads. I’ve only added them to knitted projects so far, but now I want to try adding them to embroidery.
I’ve never done any beading on a quilt. I’ve seen them though and always thought I’d try it on something like a Christmas wall hanging. You had a good week using fabric too, especially with a slow project.
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I’ve only used beads in making prayer shawls and loved it. They add such a nice weight and make the shawl more….cuddly! My numbers were great in the yarn department and my fabric numbers should be better by next week – fingers crossed!
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