This is a work in progress. A friend got this painting on canvas from Africa and asked me to make a wall hanging from it. I used Susan Cleveland's "Piping Hot Binding" technique to frame the elephants and for the binding. It really works great for this piece! I think my friend is going to love it.
I'm very pleased with how this bag turned out. The fabrics are hand dyed Batiks from the Tobacco series by the Plains People of Turtle Island. Very nice fabrics to work with.
Here's a closeup of the quilting a customer completed on our long arm recently. This is a stitching pattern called Rebecca's Rose. The completed quilt looks great, and you will be able to see at the Quilt Reflections 2016 show in April.
We did receive a reply from the Square support team, have received a replacement reader, and on testing, it appears to work. Now we just need you to come and buy something. If you need to we can now accept VISA, Master Charge, AmEx, and Discover cards. (We hope.)
We still have not heard anything back from the Square support team. The reviews I read about this company said that their customer support is known to be poor. I think we are seeing it. We ordered a second reader and it is on its way. Hopefully that will work.
If not, we will have to look for another solution. In the meantime, we still gladly accept cash or cheques.
I'm stitching teepees and dream catchers on this purse I am making from the Plains People of Turtle Island fabrics.
You can now find us on the web at www.cedarhousequilting.ca
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Helen Maslowski is the owner and operator of Cedar House Quilting. She is ably assisted by her most charming partner Geoffrey. (Can you guess who wrote this?)