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Saturday, March 23, 2013

A Signature

I've studied and practiced and traced and finally got the nerve to put the signature design on the block. It was very scary! I think it turned out OK in the end. I want to be more adventurous in the future with design, but this was as far as I could go this time. The block will soon be on it's way across the ocean! YAY!

7 comments:

Every Stitch said...

It's perfect - I love it!
Hilda

Sharon~Two Bits Patches said...

That is SO COOL!!!! My signature is quite basic - you are braver than me! Well done!

Wanda - Scraphappy Blended Quilter said...

Thank you Sharon and Hilda! I'm glad you like it - I was a little worried that it was "too" much. Sharon, you will see it in person soon!
Wanda

Jane in Wales said...

It looks great! Just like those beautiful old Baltimores!

Wanda - Scraphappy Blended Quilter said...

YAY! Thanks Jane, that is just the look I was going for!

Carole~Wheels on the Warrandyte Bus said...

I agree, your signature looks great - what type of pen did you use?

Wanda - Scraphappy Blended Quilter said...

Hi Carol, The pen I used to sign the block is a black Pigma MIRCON 01, waterproof, acid free, archival fine line pen (0.25mm) - according to the label.

I think I might like a dark brown color better - this seemed too dark. Also, as small as the pen tip was, it still seems the signature was "huge" despite my attempts to write very small!