I am still cutting fabric. However, I took some time out to work on my Whisper Quilt this weekend. I can't show any pictures - one, because I am at school and don't have my camera with me and two, because it is a secret! That's why it is called a whisper quilt. This is how it all started. In April at the Ogallala Quilt Festival, I saw a display from a quilt group out of New Mexico called "Whisper Quilts". (Or it could have been Gossip Quilts or something else entirely, but for this purpose I am calling it Whisper Quilts) The premise is you have a group (4 - 8 people) (we had two groups of four) and person number one gets a picture from a magazine (we had my sister in Arkansas pick the pictures, seal them in an envelope and mail them to me and I handed them to the first person in each group) The first person makes a quilt based on their interpretation of the picture. (they only have one month) They then send their quilt on to the second person who makes a quilt based on their interpretation of person # 1's quilt. They give # 1 their quilt back and they pass their quilt on to # 3 and so on and so on. You only get to see the quilt from the person in front of you. Only the first person gets to see the original picture. When everyone has had a chance to make their quilt (must be finished - quilted and bound), everyone brings their quilt to display. There are only 3 people in our group this time and 4 people in our second group because we wanted to get this done before the holidays. We will display our quilts in October.
I am so excited! I have my Whisper quilt top finished!! I only need to quilt and bind it before the 15th of October. I can't believe how fast it all came together for me. I would love to do another one - and may - someday.