I am VERY pleased with the way it turned out. Especially since I have become quite impatient. (I was going to crop the pic down more, but when I saw the toe of my shoe I thought I'd leave it. Made me smile!)I layered an 80/20 batting with a poly batting on top for some loft. I kinda got the feel I was going for. The flowers definately have a little more dimension than otherwise.
I used fabrci from my stash with Sandy's 'Frolic' print as my main inspiration. I even fussy cut some of the flowers like Kelli does. The background was a cheapy white on white that had a paisley print on it. I "loosely" followed the design in my quilting.
Things I learned:
I am not as much of a perfectionist as I used to be- but I am ok with that.
Kelli is even MORE talented than I realized. And I already KNEW she was talented.
This is not a difficult technique, it just takes practice to master.
I AM going to try this again...though I'm not sure how soon. (I have lots of other projects on the table....and around the table....and on the floor.....you get the picture)
On another note- who wants free fabric? :o)
Hop on over to Ribbon Candy, she's got goodies to give away. And after you go today, keep going back, this is just the beginning!