I’ve been participating in a bog coat project with other members of our Guild. I’m running my plan on this one by the seat of my pants, making it up as I go along. <grin> Is there any other way?
I have my bog coat basted/pin together to give a glimpse of what it looks like pre-appliqué. I won’t cut the neck opening until the coat has been quilted.
I’m to the point where I have to get the appliqué done. I’m planning to use some eclectic fish patterns inspired by concrete stamps. Should be fun . . . and bright! <grin>
I’m preassembling the appliquéd fish. When I’m ready to apply them I’ll undo all the basting and set all the blocks aside while I fasten the appliqué onto the coat body. That’ll reduce the bulk I have to hold.
Karen’s going to quilt it for me (that’s the plan) and she’ll add other under water elements to fill out the tropical sea theme.