The Teal Mini Swap is underway and about done for another year. Great turnout of 650 raising $6500 for ovarian caner research. A great project put together by Beth Helfter. This is my third year to participate. I was a lucky girl as I was paired with someone I knew! Kathleen Lamansky was my swap partner. She made me a great mug rug and an awesome rope bowl. I love them both!
Another successful year and all for a great cause! Thanks to Beth for the event. I’ll be sure to post next year when signups begin again.
#1- Have fun in a quilting related event!
I kept the quilting on the mug rug I made simple. Background straight lines are a great way to add texture and is so easy using your walking foot. I did outline the bird, cup, hearts and I followed some of the lines of the fabric on the cup.
#2 – Try some straight line quilting. Keeps in modern and adds texture!