Friday, January 9, 2015

Ausable point

This was inspired by a morning walk at sunrise this past summer. It's been on my design wall for months almost finished. I had a hard time with the light and shadows. You can check out the early stages of Ausable Point here. I've changed it up a lot but I am done looking at it. This morning I added the "real" shell and am calling it done and putting it in my Etsy shop.


Here is a closeup of the rocks and seaweed. Sometimes I like to keep a quilt on my design wall after it's done or almost done before I do a final iron and lint roll, just so I can look at it and enjoy it. After all. Am making these first for my enjoyment and when I m done they get listed on etsy and put away on a hanger under plastic to stay clean.

I'm ready to let this one go ;-)

Now as for the Nepal quilt - it's on the wall in the enjoying and still need to add a couple things but not sure what yet stage. I've added this fence / stairs



And a couple of beads next to the house.

Do you leave your quilts hanging up for awhile?

How do you decide when ""it's done"?

Linking up to Nina's off the wall blog




  1. Love your work. It looks like you have lots of fun.

  2. yep, a long while as I can't bear to sell them. Do yours sell fast on ETSY?
    Your pricing is good, and it's wonderful that you can let them go to a home so others can enjoy them. LeeAnna

  3. My piece is usually done when the deadline hits!!!

  4. This is lovely! I love the pinky purples and the textures in the sand and seaweed. I'm with Swissy- my pieces are usually done when the deadline is here! I do like to leave them hanging in my studio though when they're not at shows- it makes me happy to see them there. Unfortunately I'm running out of wall space...