Newfoundland next month.
Manitoulin Circle Project panels. (detail shown above)
Slow Stitch. She says:
"Using a sewing machine, four or five long narrow strips of a variety of textured damasks (from recycled tablecloths) were sewn together along their long edges to create a new striped fabric. This fabric is then re-cut several times and sewn back together to make a wide piece of new fabric."
Begin with two strips right sides together laid in the center of your foundation. Sew them together along a seam through three layers.
Open the two strips out. Flatten with your hand. Lay a third strip face down along one of the strip sand sew along that seam line through all three layers. Open out. Repeat. Work your way with alternate sides towards the edges of your foundation cloth.
Slow Stitch here.
Also, may I direct your attention to Karen Thiessen's blog, Day In & Day Out where she has begun a series of reviews about the meditation panels. The first one is here. The second one is here.