Saturday, March 09, 2019

Joy Journal Cover - Project Quilting 10.5

I loved this challenge - Abecedarius.  My project was inspired by a friend's experience that she shared with me.  She was having a tough day, but when she was stopped at an intersection she saw bubbles floating by and was reminded of all the joy there really was in life.  I have wanted to make something inspired by this story, so decided to make a journal cover featuring the word “Joy” along with floating bubbles.


This is my finished journal.  I really enjoyed the time I spent creating this, and I love the results - I give a lot of the credit to the lovely Island Batik fabrics that I used.

Here is the back.


And the front flap and pocket.
My journal cover measures 10.5 inches high and 7 3/4 inches tall. The lettering and bubbles were attached using fusible web and two rounds of topsttitching (the thread is Aurifil 50 wt in bright green)
 I created this in my Coos Bay home - I'll be linking to the Project Quilting 10.5 challenge page - make sure you visit and vote for your favorites this week!

5 comments:

Nikki Moshier said...

Lovely cover and story! Nice to remember such a moment.

Kathleen said...

What a great cover and a lovely story.

The Joyful Quilter said...

LOVE it!! Something like this would be perfect for me, as my name is Joy.

Kate said...

Beautiful cover! Love the story that goes along with it.

PersimonDreams said...

so sweet! Love this!