Two For The Reading Of One!

So, after a very long week (or weeks) of school work and general mayhem, I think that I’m ready to post. I have been sewing in all the general mayhem though, and I have gotten through two different steps in my science water quilt, so you’re getting them both at once.


All the cutting associated with this was very tiring, but I got through it. One  a few of the strips, there were little bit’s left that I could use in other parts of the quilt, so I used almost all of the fabric I had sewn. This looked like a rather enormous project to me, and that was daunting for me, but I got through it ok.


This is half of the top. I haven’t uploaded the full quilt pics, sorry. It’s so beautiful, plus it’s a really good size. I was overall, very pleased. I enjoyed this part of the project, but the next step is even more exciting. I’m going to hand-quilt the whole thing!

Thanks for reading,

Sparkle Jane


8 thoughts on “Two For The Reading Of One!

  1. Jane you are a most unbelievable young lady. I wish I had half of your ambition and drive. You are amazing. Love hearing about your projects. I am a grandma and have never tackled a project of that magnitude. Can’t wait to see the finished pictures. And it does look like water. You are sure to receive an A+++

  2. Wow, you can hand quilt it in time for the project due date? I’m impressed. Of course, I don’t know the due date. But I do know this is a gorgeous top and I look forward to seeing the rest of it. What a fabulous project!

  3. Wow! Congrats on getting this top done! It’s amazing! Perhaps you could do a tutorial on the process sometime? Personally, I wouldn’t have a clue how to cut, arrange and piece a quilt like this. Great job!

    • My mom and I are considering doing a sew along type thing with this during the summer during the summer. I’d love to hear anyones thoughts on the idea.

      On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 11:27 AM, Sparkle Jane wrote:


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