22 thoughts on “Outlining

  1. Jan Marriott says:

    Oh, very Glasgow Rose…..just like the windows in my house , built in 1922.

  2. Cheryl says:

    Beautiful! I am excited to see more. I think Teddy approves, also!

  3. Judy Dietrich says:

    I am beginning to see where you are going with this project. Neat idea to use the colors in the spaces, since it is a limited amount. Has an Art Deco feel to the rose buds area.

  4. oh, I can’t wait to see more! Teddy is such a fantastic model too!!

  5. annette jacob says:

    Tim, that pose of Teddy is the cutest! It is he I am after, not the quilts!!!
    (just kiddin’–well, sortof!). Your work is truly remarkable and you deserve all of your awards and acknowledgements. Happy quilting.

  6. Mrs. Plum says:

    I think this one is going to be spectacular, Tim!

  7. Pat Beech says:

    Can’t wait to see the finished wholecloth quilt it looks fascinating. Can you kindly tell me what you marked the quilt with please Tim

  8. Nina says:

    Tim, do you like Presc….better than Valdali? Love what you are doing!!

  9. audrey says:

    It looks very intriguing so far!

  10. Pat Beech says:

    Thankyou Tim I get terribly confused re marking pencils and which ones are the best to use thanks again

    • timquilts says:

      there are so many differing opinions out there …..I switched to pencil because that is what they used before all the new things were developed, it was good 100 years ago so It is good for me now 🙂

  11. Pat Beech says:

    Thank you so much for your advice Tim. Looking forward to seeing more of your quilt


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