Welcome to my Quilty Corner. This is where I share everything about my Quilting/Sewing passion. First I want to thank the wonderful Brittany of Pickles Quilting
for tagging me along on this wonderful blog hop.
I started quilting when I was pregnant with my son and the very first quilty thing I made was a quilter baby car seat cover and a matching stroller cover too :). I have been hooked ever since. So, its been 3 years enjoying this wonderful craft.
|Baby Car Seat Cover|
1. What I am working on?
Okay right now I have 2 designs in progress. One is making Princess Elsa dress for my daughter who is 7 years old. And the other is the Quilt Pattern which is part of MQG Monthly patterns
. My month is December, so stay tuned of that.
2. How does my work differ from others in the genre?
My style is more of modern quilting and I especially love "Improve piecing" and lots of negative space whenever I can. This blog land and internet is full of inspiration. But I have my own point of view and have so many ideas for quilt patterns. You can find some of my quilt patterns available for free which I wrote for Riley Blake Designs Cutting Corners College.
|Cute and Spooky Spider Web|
|Boy Crazy Cabins|
|Evergreen Pillow Sham|
I like other pattern designers and authors patterns too. Two of my most favorites are Elizabeth Hartman and Jacquie Gering. You can see some of the quilts I made from their patterns here:
Sometimes I like to put my own spin on a quilt pattern, he is my Color Splash quilt inspired by Jacquie and Katies book "Quilting Modern"
I have still many more I created for my kids, you can check out my older posts to find out more.
3. Why do I create and what I do?
Creating has become part of my life. I get a confidence from this creative outlet which can be found elsewhere. I am so glad that I took a break from my full-time job 3 years back when I had my second baby, my son. Its been a true bliss ever since.
4. How does my creative process work?
Being a new mom sometimes its really hard to find time to sew all the
time. So, when I am not sewing/quilting I am always thinking about my
current and next project. So, there is lot of thought process than
actual sewing itself. So, this period can last any where from 1 month to
1 year depending upon my project.
So when I start a project I have pretty good idea of what I want, but I do leave room for design as you go.
After 3 years I just went back to work, I hope I can continue to create in this wonderful place. Here are some of my WIPs which I would like to finish this year.
|My Little Kitty Triangle Quilt|
My goal for this year to release my commercial pattern. I have a road block which I haven't over come. I will continue working towards this goal for now. I hope you got lot of eye candy today :).
|My Purple Star burst- by Me (Hemamalini Elumalai)|
Now it is time to pass the torch onto my wonderful friend Tina from www.Modgeometry.com who saved me, even though I asked her to join me at the last minute. She graciously agreed to continue the Around the World Blog Hop.
Tina and I first met at our first BMQG meeting, it was first day for both of us. Its been wonderful to know her ever since. She is an fabric designer and pattern designer. She has been sewing since I childhood, when she got introduced to sewing by her mother. Visit her blog to see more of her amazing creative work.
Thank you all for joining me today. Hope you had a wonderful stop at the Around the world blog hop.
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Malini, I love your work and would have a hard time picking a favorite because the quilts you shared are all terrific! You are very talented! Your little baby boy looks beyond adorable in his custom quilted seat! It will be more difficult to find time now that you are working outside the home, but hopefully it will give you more time to dream up ideas. it was fun reading your tour post and learning a little more about you.
Inevitable as it is, change introduces you to new landscapes, new possibilities and new challenges. I'm sure you will greet those changes with your usual bravado and we will see those changes in your quilts. If not as prolific, sometimes less is more. Best of luck!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad that you were able to participate! Beautiful work!ReplyDelete