The Wolfe Project

The Wolfe Project

The Wolfe Project, so named as it is the end result of a class taught by Victoria Findley Wolfe, on her Improv Lemoyne Star.  It was a bit slow getting started…sooo many choices.  In fact, I had no idea what I was doing for the first couple hours of the class.  Then, I started just fitting the pieces together to come up with something somewhat pleasing.  Once I got the star going, I came home and starting making it bigger. And bigger. So a wall hanging became a pretty good size lap quilt.  It’s not often that customers let me go wild with the longarm, so I added a lot of solid black so I could play. I ended up loving it, so prepare for photo-overload. The entire process perfectly exemplifies the following: 

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OK. Enough is enough.

Thanks for looking!

 

2 Responses to “The Wolfe Project”

  1. Martie says:

    That’s some great quilting, Debbie. I hope I get to see this in person later this fall.

  2. Kathy Goodrich says:

    That is amazing-I have never seen anything like it! Cheers to the Wolf technique!

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