Quilting waves on silk is a very pleasant thing to do. I use parts of a cushion cover, made in India, in a beautiful but too dark ikat pattern. Then again I do some appliqué, but I don't have the patience to turn the edges. So I close them with a hand zigzag stitch that I have become quite familiar since I did the witch gown.
Then I had the idea to cover the flying duck with these stitches all over. It looks like a net. Crazy thing to do, but is it worth the time?
And then there are more chickens from the chickenshack quilt I haven't made into a cushion cover yet. Shame on me.
By the way, there is a wonderful Uzbek ikat for sale, way beyond my wallet, but a museum piece.