Waterlogued

Let me tell you about my new favorite iPhone app. I know what you may be thinking: I thought this was a blog about quilting and occasional knitting. What’s this film flam about an app!? This is not just an app. It’s one of the coolest, most artsy apps ever!

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I first discovered Waterlogue when Nancy from graceandpeacequilting (Find her on Instagram) posted a waterlogued picture of her Tula Pink’s City Sampler quilt. I was immediately smitten with the idea of turning my quilts–or other pictures–instantly into watercolors! I don’t usually (ever?) buy apps; I’ve only downloaded free ones. Waterlogue’s $2.99 was an exception.  Without further ado, here are a few of my Waterlogued quilts:

My second ever quilt: the Colorblock Quilt design by Bijou Lovely. I used almost all Kaffe Fassett fabrics with Laura Gunn's Wing Song from the Garden Wall collection for the vertical strip. I made this quilt for my cousin's baby girl Mabel. I love it!
My second ever quilt: the Colorblock Quilt design by Bijou Lovely. I used almost all Kaffe Fassett fabrics with Laura Gunn’s Wing Song from the Garden Wall collection for the vertical strip. I made this quilt for my cousin’s baby girl Mabel. I love it!
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A double wedding ring wall hanging I made for my sister & brother-in-law for their wedding. It was my first time sewing curves and I actually enjoyed it! They both loved the quilt, too. Always a plus!
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This baby quilt was for a dear friend’s baby (as seen!). The quilt was my own design.
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Circling gulls is taking shape! My own design and in-progress pattern looks great as a water color, too, huh?!
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Ahhhh…. Delight in the Little Things!
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Fabric spools as part of the Spool-Along I’ve joined this year. I’ve got some catching up to do!

Don’t you want to turn your quilts into watercolors now, too?! Yeah, I thought so! TOTALLY worth giving up a half a cup of Starbucks coffee to buy the app, wouldn’t you say?

Note: I have NOT been compensated in any way by Waterlogue , I just think the app is extremely fun and creative.  (Although that would be cool—Waterlogue, want to pay me for the good review?) Have fun with it!

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