So – what do I have now? One finished Maltaville top, a (relatively) clean dining room table (which is where I work and audition fabrics), and a bitter-sweet sence of the end of a great experience. It’s been a wonderful journey … Continue reading
Well, here they are. I was bit melnacholy working on them – this has been such a wonderful journey, it’s sad to see it coming to a close. On the other hand – well, I did want to see the … Continue reading
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April’s blocks went quite fast – maybe due to the fact that I started putting the blocks together. They seem quite different when joined, and I’m pretty amazed – I like them even better this way. For B4 and B1 I … Continue reading
First was the little cherry wreath – pure delight. (Sue garman’s Lilly Rosenberry quilt is next on my to do list, once Maltaville is finished, so this is good practice). Then the wreath – instead of bluish green and brown, I … Continue reading
I was a bit behind on my blocks, so made an effort to finish February and March at one go. I started with the little wreath, because it’s so sweet. Then on to the large flower shape, whereI deviated from … Continue reading
As usual, a pleasure to make. Fabric selection for the iris was a bit problematic, as none of my blues looked right with the purple I chose. I ended up using a non-repro – a Robert Kaufman dark blue modern ombre that … Continue reading
How time flies – hard to believe we’re more than halfway through.