I borrowed this book from my friend Holly. She makes very liberated quits and they incorporate several curved pieces. I have been interested in this method since I saw her last quilt and she loaned me this book to learn the technique. I am going to read the chapters (shocking, I am bad about that!) and then do the lessons in order as directed by the author.
Here is the first lesson, and it turned out just like it was supposed to. I was surprised because it was so easy.
OK, I have not been blogging much over the past few weeks. What’s up with that? I am not sure. It has been very, very cold. Subzero many mornings and that leads to me feeling a bit tired. I have had tons of secret sewing. I have also had stress at work with concerns about who may get hours reduced and the lay off word has been used. So I guess I have been a bit stressed about it. But, I have been optimistic with the increase in customer quilts and that life is good otherwise, here are a few positives.
The twin grand babies are healthy, growing and adorable, I hope to see them soon.
A trip to Scotland is happening and we are going to the Masters World Highland Games in the fall.
My son is home from college and we are having a nice visit.
My husband and I have had several very nice weekend trips in February.
I am very grateful for it all. Family, love, health and the rest will fall into place as it always does.